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NORTH CAROLINA 

REGISTER 



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\ VOLUME 12 




• ISSUE 3* Pages 110 -226 
August 1, 1997 



IN THIS ISSUE 

Executive Orders 

Agriculture 

Commerce 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Human Resources 

Insurance 

Labor 

Pharmacy, Board of 

Public Education 

Transportation 

Rules Review Commission 

Contested Case Decisions 



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NORTH CAROLINA 
REGISTER 



IN THIS ISSUE 




Volume 12, Issue 3 
Pages 110 - 226 



August 1, 1997 



This issue contains documents officially filed 
through July II, 1997. 



Office of Administrative Hearings 

Rules Division 

424 North Blount Street (27601) 

PO Drawer 27447 

Raleigh, NC 27611-7447 

(919) 733-2678 

FAX (919) 733-3462 



I. EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

Executive Orders 114-115 110-111 

n. IN ADDITION 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Division of Water Quality 112-157 

Public Notice - Order on Consent 158 - 167 

ffl. RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Health Services 168 

Licensing Boards 

Pharmacy, Board of 168 

IV. PROPOSED RULES 
Agriculture 

Veterinary Division 169 - 170 

Labor 

Occupational Safety & Health 170-207 

Transportation 

Highways, Division of 207-208 

V. TEMPORARY RULES 

Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Health Services 209-210 

Parks and Recreation Area 209 

Public Education 
Elementary and Secondary 210 - 212 

VI. APPROVED RULES 213-217 

Agriculture 

Markets 
Commerce 

State Ports Authority 
Human Resources 

Medical Assistance 
Insurance 

Engineering and Building Codes 



Julian Mann III, Director 

James R. Scarcella Sr., Deputy Director 

Molly Masich, Director of APA Services 

Ruby Creech, Publications Coordinator 

Jean Shirley, Editorial Assistant 
Linda Richardson, Editorial Assistant 



Vn. RULES REVIEW COMMISSION 218 219 

Vm. CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 

Index to AU Decisions 220 - 222 

Text of Selected Decisions 

96 EHR 1969 223-225 

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EXECUTIVE ORDERS 



EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 114 
EXTENDING EXECUTIVE ORDERS 

By the power vested in me as Governor by the Constitution 
and laws of the State of North Carolina, IT IS ORDERED: 

The following Executive Orders are extended two years from 
the effective date provided below: 
Executive Order No. 1 . North Carolina Board of Ethics. 
Executive Order No. 2. Small Business Council. 
Executive Order No. 6. Entrepreneurial Development 
Board. 

Executive Order No. 10. Quality Leadership Awards 
Council. 

Executive Order No. 11. Governor's Council of Fiscal 
Advisors. 

Executive Order No. 15. Coordinating Committee on the 
Americans with Disabilities Act. 

Executive Order No. 16. The Geographic Information 
Coordinating Council and The Center for Geographic 
Information and Analysis. 

Executive Order No. 17. North Carolina Emergency 
Response Commission. 

Executive Order No. 21. Local Government Partnership 
Council. 

Executive Order No. 35. Governor's State Employee Action 
Commission. 

Executive Order No. 36. Smoking Policy Coordinating 
Committee. 

Executive Order No. 43. North Carolina State Health 
Coordinating Council. 

Executive Order No. 45. Governor's Initiative to Strengthen 
North Carolina Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 
Executive Order No. 48. Concerning the State Commission 
on National and Community Service. 
Executive Order No. 50. North Carolina Sports 
Development Commission. 

Executive Order No. 51 . North Carolina Film Council. 
Executive Order No. 53. North Carolina Interagency 
Council for Coordinating Homeless Programs. 
Executive Order No. 55. North Carolina - Head Start 
Collaboration Project Advisory Council. 
Executive Order No. 56. Governor's Task Force on Health 
Objectives for the Year 2000. 

Executive Order No. 69. Governor's Council on Children, 
Youth, and Families. 

Executive Order No. 75. Creation of Regional Councils and 
a Coordinating Council to Support Sound Environmental 
Management in the Albemarle-Pamlico Esmarine Study 
Region. 

Executive Order No. 76. North Carolina Motor Carrier 
Advisory Committee. 

For purposes of continuity, this order shall be deemed 
effective the first day of January, 1996. 



Done in Raleigh, North Carolina, this the 26th of June, 
1997. 

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 115 

SINGLE STATE AGENCY TO SET STANDARDS 

AND MODELS OF CARE FOR ALCOHOL AND 

DRUG PREVENTION AND TREATMENT SERVICES 

WHEREAS, alcohol and other drugs negatively impact many 
individuals, families and communities, with severe social 
consequences, and economic costs to the citizens of North 
Carolina estimated at approximately five billion dollars; and 

WHEREAS, recent scientific research has demonstrated that 
alcohol and other drug problems are preventable and treatable, 
and has led to the development of a scientific basis for 
standards and models of care; and 

WHEREAS, the citizens of the state will benefit from 
designation of a Single State Agency to establish standards and 
models of care for programs and agencies within the purview 
of the North Carolina Department of Human Resources; 

NOW, THEREFORE, by the authority vested in me as 
Governor by the Constitution and laws of North Carolina, IT 
IS ORDERED: 

Section L Establishment. 

The Substance Abuse Section of the Division of Mental 
Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse 
Services is hereby designated as the Single State Agency within 
the Department of Human Resources to establish, promulgate 
and implement state-of-the-art standards and models of care for 
alcohol and other drug prevention and treatment services. 

Section 2i Scope. 

The standards and models of care established by the Single 
State Agency shall include, but not be limited to: screening and 
assessment, patient placement, continuum of care, professional 
education, training, credentialing and staffing. The Single 
State Agency shall place emphasis on standards and models of 
care for special population groups. The Single State Agency 
shall develop, with the Department of Correction, an integrated 
continuum of care before and after incarceration. 

Section 3^ Implementation. 

The Single State Agency shall have the responsibility to 
implement standards and models of care for alcohol and other 
drug prevention and treatment in the public mental health, 
developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services system, 
including area programs and contract agencies, working 
cooperatively with agencies within the Department of Human 
Resources. It shall have the specific responsibility of 
recommending revisions or additions to statutes and 
administrative rules through the Director of the Division of 
Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance 
Abuse Services to the Secretary of the Department of Human 



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August I, 1997 



110 



EXECUTIVE ORDERS 



Resources and the Commission for Mental Health, 
Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services. 

Section 4^ Training . Evaluation and Monitoring . 

The Single State Agency shall ensure training in standards 
and models of prevention and treatment in the public mental 
health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services 
system, including area programs, public and private contract 
agencies, and state institutions under the supervision of the 
Department of Human Resources. It shall be responsible for 
identifying and maximizing training and technical resources 
available from state and federal agencies. The Single State 
Agency shall evaluate and monitor compliance with these 
standards and models of care in the system through program 
performance and client outcomes. 

Section 5. Interagency Council. 

There is hereby created in the Department of Human 
Resources an Interagency Council on Substance Abuse 
Prevention and Treatment. The purpose of the Interagency 
Council is to promote an integrated coordinated effort on 
development of standards and models of care, to advise the 
Single State Agency on its activities, and to make 
recommendations to the Secretary of the Department of Human 
Resources on measures to enhance substance abuse prevention 
and treatment. Membership shall include representatives of the 
Departments of Correction, Crime Control and Public Safety, 
Public Instruction, the Divisions of Motor Vehicles, Public 



Health, Youth Services, the Governor's Commission o 
Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention, and th 
Administrative Office of the Courts. Membership shall als 
mclude members of the North Carolina Substance Abu 
Federation to represent advocacy and profession; 
organizations. The Governor shall appoint the members of th 
Interagency Council after consultation with the various agenc 
heads, the Chief of the Single State Agency, and the Secretar 
of the Department of Human Resources. The Interagenc 
Council shall be chaired by the Chief of the Single Stat 
Agency or the Chiefs designee. The Interagency Council sha 
meet at least quarterly or upon the call of the Chair. 

Section 6. Reporting . 

The Chief of the Single State Agency shall prepare an aimuc 
report of the work of the Single State Agency, and after revie\ 
by the Director of the Division of Mental Health 
Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, sha 
forward the report to the Governor through the Secretary of th 
Department of Human Resources. 

This Order is effective immediately and shall remain in effec 
until rescinded. 

Done in the Capital City of Raleigh, North Carolina, this th 
3rdday of July, 1997. 



Ill 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



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IN ADDITION 



This Section contains public notices that are required to be published in the Register or have been approved by the Codifier 
of Rules for publication. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 
DIVISION OF WATER QUALITY 

During the 1996 legislative session the North Carolina General Assembly enacted Senate Bill 1317{1995[1996 Regular Session] 
C. 648) into law on June 21, 1996. This law specified that certain owners and operators of underground storage tanks who have 
tanks classified as having a C, D, or E impact, will not be required by the Department to cleanup contaminated sites pending the 
adoption of risk-based assessment and cleanup rules. The law also restricts these persons from gaining access to or continuing to 
receive payments from the state's Commercial and Non-Commercial Leaking Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Trust Funds, 
unless the responsible party can meet the criteria outlined in Chapter 648, Section 1(f) of this law. With regards to the requirements 
of Chapter 648 of the 1995 Session Laws Section 1(b), all sites classified as A or B are Class AB and all sites that are classified 
as C, D, or E are Class CDE. 

Pursuant to Chapter 648, Section 1 of the bill, the Department is continually required to give notice of the classification of these 
sites in the North Carolina Register. 

The listing includes the classifications for new releases and discharges from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997 and revisions 
to classifications from previously discovered sites. 

TABLE tt 1 

Pollution Incident Report Form 

Groundwater 

(A Listing of New Incidents and Changes to Previous Information at Petroleum 
Underground Storage Tank Sites from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997) 



County 


Owner < Owner/Operator > 


Incident^ 


City /Town 


Priority 
Code 


BUNCO 


WAYNE GOSSETT 


5566 


LEISCESTER 


B 


BUNCO 


ALLEN HELMICK 


7187 


FAIRVIEW 


B 


BUNCO 


HEIDI PASSALES 


7272 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


DAVID WILKES 


17468 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


R. M. JENKINS 


5685 


FAIRVIEW 


B 


BUNCO 


SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY 


5181 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


SANDY LINDSEY, MAINT. DEPT. 


16668 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


FRANK MEDLIN 


5649 


SKYLAND 


B 


BURKE 


STANLEY CARTER, FAC. ENG. 


11092 


HILDEBRAN 


B 


BURKE 


JIM TEMPLETON 


16208 


HILDEBRAN 


B 


BURKE 


JERRY MILLER 


16095 


MORGANTON 


E 


BURKE 


BILL TOME 


16200 


MORGANTON 


E 


BURKE 


DAVID MOORE 


17284 


MORGANTON 


E 


BURKE 


STEVE BAKER 


16675 


MORGANTON 


E 


BURKE 


MRS. PEARL CARLSWELL 


9270 


VALDESE 


E 


BURKE 


WILLIAM HARRISON 


12410 


MORGANTON 


E 


BURKE 


BURKE MILLS, INC. 


16767 


VALDESE 


E 


CABAR 


RONALD, JERRY, CHARLIE ROSS 


15854 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


GRADY CARPENTER 


13401 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 




11287 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 




7122 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


RICHARD FISHER 


16339 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


MR. OVERCASH ( DECEASED ) 


15855 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


CABAR 


HAROLD MILLS 


15856 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


CABAR 


CHRIS NIVER 


17462 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


MR. STEVE BELIN 


6487 


HARRISBURG 


D 



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IN ADDITION 



CABAR 


DEAN CHASTAIN 


15512 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


LARRY BROWN 


17124 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


TOM CLARK 


13175 


CONCORD 


D 


CABAR 


O.M.JOHNSTON (DECEASED) 


15860 


HARRISBURG 


B 


CABAR 


ROBERT C. BARBOUR 


13403 


CONCORD 


A 


CABAR 




7746 


CONCORD 


E 


ALAMA 




14398 


BURLINGTON 


D 


ALAMA 


UNKNOWN 


6136 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 




6241 


OSSIPEE 


C 


ALAMA 


L. W. PRITCHETT, JR. 


5348 


GRAHAM 


A 


ALAMA 




9244 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


MARY P. HILL 


17179 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




17186 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




6156 


MEBANE 


C 


ALAMA 


SUE KIMREY 


5122 


HAW RIVER 


E 


ALAMA 




13879 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




10728 


GRAHAM 


C 


ALAMA 




14407 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


DONALD HAWKINS 


16572 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




15518 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




3392 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




6254 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


JAMES SMITH 


16731 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




14365 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 


UNKNOWN 


12558 


ALTAMAHAW 


A 


ALAMA 


UNKNOWN 


11031 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


KEN COLONNA 


15754 


BURLINGTON 


D 


ALAMA 




10217 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




14369 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




14387 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




14395 


GRAHAM 


C 


ALAMA 


ESTER NICHOLS 


16179 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


ED PERKINS, VICE PRESIDENT 


15755 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




14397 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 




10727 


GRAHAM 


C 


ALAMA 




14364 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




6884 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 


MARY E. SANDS 


17305 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




7302 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 


UNKNOWN 


11772 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




11928 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


GLENN WALKER 


15308 


BURLINGTON 


A 


ALAMA 




7054 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


BERTIE GASTER 


10740 


ALTAMAHAW 


B 


ALAMA 




2999 


MEBANE 


A 


ALAMA 




14405 


GRAHAM 


C 


ALAMA 




13860 


BURLINGTON 


C 


ALAMA 


STEVE WILLIAMS 


16373 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




6944 


HAW RIVER 


D 


ALAMA 


ATTN: W. M. GRIFFITH 


6407 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




17450 


GRAHAM 


B 


ALAMA 


DAVID PHILLIPS 


6812 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 


T. A. BERRY 


16042 


ALTAMAHAW 


B 


ALAMA 


UNKNOWN 


16535 


ELON COLLEGE 


A 


ALAMA 




5076 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 


JESSE RAY PHILLIPS 


3737 


BURLINGTON 


B 


ALAMA 




3776 


BURLINGTON 


C 



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ALAMA 


GARY HICKS 


11473 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 


RENEE SMITH 


13316 


MEBANE 


B 


ALAMA 


RUTH W. SHARPE ESTATE 


17444 


GRAHAM 


B 


ALAMA 


CHRIS NIVER 


17445 


BURLINGTON 


A 


ALAMA 


CHARLES L. BRIGHT 


16815 


BURLINGTON 


E 


ALAMA 




14184 


GRAHAM 


E 


ALEXA 


BOB TEAGUE 


14626 


TAYLORSVILLE 


B 


ALEXA 




8296 


TAYLORSVILLE 


B 


ALEXA 


CLEO BARNES 


3531 


TAYLORSVILLE 


B 


ALEXA 




16780 


TAYLORSVILLE 


B 


ALLEG 




3441 


LAUREL SPRINGS 


C 


ANSON 


DAVID DENNIS 


3698 


BURNSVILLE 


E 


ANSON 


JOHN HENDLEY 


4074 


WADESBORO 


D 


ASHE 


USDI - NAT. PARK SERVICE 


13764 


ASHEVILLE 


B 


ASHE 




13758 


W. JEFFERSON 


C 


ASHE 


METROMONT MATERIALS COMPANY 


11155 


W. JEFFERSON 


B 


ASHE 


RUBY SEGRAVES 


13016 


JEFFERSON 


B 


ASHE 


RUBY SEGRAVES 


6146 


GLENDALE SPRINGS 


B 


ASHE 


MARTHA VANNOY 


16457 


CRESTON 


B 


ASHE 




8941 


WEST JEFFERSON 


B 


AVERY 


J. H. MCCOMBS 


3612 


PINEOLA 


B 


AVERY 


CASON COMPANIES, INC. 


16307 


ELK PARK 


B 


AVERY 


STEPHEN T. WILLIAMS, SR. 


15939 


NEWLAND 


E 


AVERY 


MIKE RHYNE, TRUSTEE 


13177 


BANNER ELK 


B 


BEAUF 


GILBERT L. RADCLIFFE 


16738 


BELHAVEN 


D 


BEAUF 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


9913 


PANTEGO 


B 


BEAUF 


WILLIAM A. SHIMMING 


5155 


AURORA 


B 


BEAUF 


F. RAY MOORE 


16276 


WASHINGTON 


E 


BEAUF 


WADE WATERS 


17205 


WASHINGTON 


E 


BEAUF 


CHARLES T. ASBY 


15476 


WASHINGTON 


B 


BEAUF 


ANDREW BLAKE 


14930 


WASHINGTON 


E 


BEAUF 


DONALD DAVENPORT 


15320 


BATH 


B 


BEAUF 




16504 


AURORA 


C 


BEAUF 


STEVE LEE 


14193 


WASHINGTON 


E 


BERTI 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


16353 


ROXOBEL 


B 


BERTI 


LARS P SIMONSEN 


16203 


WINDSOR 


B 


BERTI 


NANCY JOYNER 


12418 


MIDWAY 


B 


BERTI 


SIRS 


16616 


MIDWAY 


B 


BERTI 


STEBE BERLIN 


15010 


WINDSOR 


C 


BLADE 


UNKNOWN 


7531 


ELIZABETHTOWN 


E 


BLADE 


CITY OF WILMINGTON 


6001 


EAST ARCADIA 


E 


BLADE 


HUBERT KINLAW 


15740 


TARHEEL 


B 


BLADE 


UNKNOWN 


7552 


DUBLIN 


B 


BLADE 


CHRIS CAMPBELL 


16326 


DUBLIN 


B 


BRUNS 


MR. DAVID DEMOS 


16944 


WINNABOW 


B 


BRUNS 


WILLIAM L. HEWETT 


16829 


SHALLOTTE 


E 


BRUNS 


MR. VIRGIL BARNES 


17242 


YAUPON BEACH 


B 


BRUNS 


MR. K. E. AUSTIN 


10144 


LELAND 


B 


BRUNS 


CLARENCE LONG 


17387 


BOILING SPRINGS LAKE 


B 


BRUNS 


MR. ARTHUR PITTMAN 


7132 


SOUTHPORT 


E 


BRUNS 


PENNY MAHONEY, P.E. 


16982 


LELAND 


E 


BRUNS 


JAMES W. MCMILLAN 


16970 


SOUTHPORT 


C 


BRUNS 




16983 


LELAND 


E 


BRUNS 


WILLIAM HEWETT 


16824 


SHALLOTTE 


E 


BRUNS 


MR. EARL SMITH 


17157 


CALABASH 


B 


BRUNS 


MR. R. BRUCE THOMPSON 


6322 


LELAND 


D 


BRUNS 




16979 


SOUTHPORT 


E 



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114 



IN ADDITION 



BRUNS 


MS. IRENE JENCRETTE 


15369 


BOLIVIA 


E 


BRUNS 


KEN STEWART, PRESIDENT 


16625 


BALD HEAD ISLAND 


E 


BRUNS 


KARL BOATWRIGHT, PRESIDENT 


16624 


LELAND 


E 


BUNCO 


JOHN BARBER 


16282 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


JERRY BEIERMANN 


16413 


CANDLER 


B 


BUNCO 


HEIDI PASSALES 


7278 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


JETER RIDDLE 


5357 


WEAVERVILLE 


A 


BUNCO 


JOE FLACK, CHURCH TRUSTEE 


16902 


CANDLER 


B 


BUNCO 


WES MORGAN 


3450 


FAIRVIEW 


A 


BUNCO 


EUGENE MIZERKA 


16242 


ASHEVILLE 


D 


BUNCO 


DAN HENSLEY, MAINT. SUPERVISOR 


16522 


MONTREAT 


E 


BUNCO 


WILLIAM LYTLE 


16802 


FAIRVIEW 


E 


BUNCO 


CHARLES H. BURGE 


4088 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


BILL MCCREA 


6089 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


BILL GRAHAM 


17435 


MONTREAT 


E 


BUNCO 


HOLLIS SPRINKLE 


16784 


BLACK MOUNTAIN 


E 


BUNCO 


WILLIAM MCMURRAY 


16563 


BLACK MOUNTAIN 


D 


BUNCO 


EDWARD METZ 


16114 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


BR. BRIGMAN 


17410 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


MARK ELLIOT 


16378 


BLACK MOUNTAIN 


E 


BUNCO 


UNKNOWN 


17313 


LEICESTER 


B 


BUNCO 


ERIC DAWSON 


16765 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


BUNCO 


HELEN BOYSTAK/THOMAS TRETOLA 


16469 


ASHEVILLE 


B 


BUNCO 


STEVE TRANTHAM 


16803 


FAIRVIEW 


E 


BUNCO 


PARKER OIL COMPANY 


5463 


LEICESTER 


B 


BUNCO 




15401 


SKYLAND 


E 


BUNCO 


FLOYD FLETCHER 


16612 


ASHEVILLE 


E 


CABAR 


ABANDONED TANK PROJECT 


15859 


MOUNT PLEASANT 


D 


CABAR 




8727 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 




15857 


KANNAPOLIS 


D 


CABAR 




6183 


CONCORD 


D 


CABAR 


MICHAEL SEMONES 


12984 


HARRISBURG 


B 


CABAR 


FAYE MCRORIE 


14455 


MT. PLEASANT 


B 


CABAR 




16393 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


CABAR 




10625 


KANNAPOLIS 


D 


CABAR 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


14768 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


DON STALLINGS 


16411 


MIDLAND 


D 


CABAR 


CARRELL BROOKS 


15784 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


JAY WATSON MORRIS SR. 


15861 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


UNKNOWN 


17318 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 




4003 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


DICK BROOKS RACING 


16673 


CONCORD 


A 


CABAR 




15834 


CONCORD 


E 


CALDW 


GREG SMITH 


10751 


KINGS CREEK 


B 


CALDW 


JAY KNIGHT 


17469 


GRANITE FALL 


B 


CALDW 


LEE HUFFMAN 


7274 


GRANITE FALLS 


E 


CALDW 


C. C. SHERRILL 


12214 


LENOIR 


B 


CALDW 


DONNA FELLERS 


17260 


LENOIR 


E 


CALDW 


JAY KNIGHT 


16240 


GRANITE FALLS 


B 


CALDW 


DONNA FELLERS, VICE PRESIDENT 


16699 


LENOIR 


B 


CALDW 


CALDWELL COUNTY 


17199 


LENOIR 


E 


CALDW 


GREG SMITH 


10749 


KINGS CREEK 


B 


CALDW 


PHIL BARBOUR 


16635 


HUDSON 


E 


CAMDE 


RUFUS ABEYOUNIS 


11412 


BELCROSS 


B 


CAMDE 


JUDY LEARY 


16828 


SHILOH 


B 


CARTE 


MR. TOM POTTER, JR. 


16230 


MOREHEAD CITY 


D 


CARTE 




7040 


NEWPORT 


B 



775 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



IN ADDITION 



CARTE 


MR. S. DILLON WOOTEN JR. 


16736 


ATLANTIC BEACH 


E 


CARTE 




16981 


MOREHEAD CITY 


D 


CARTE 


MR. E.V. HODGES 


5797 


BEAUFORT 


E 


CARTE 


MR. GEORGE WHEATLEY 


6093 


HARKERS ISLAND 


E 


CARTE 


MR. ED WHEATLEY 


16776 


STACY 


B 


CARTE 


BILL KERN, DIRECTOR 


16194 


MOREHEAD CITY 


D 


CARTE 


ED WHEATLEY 


16216 


SMYRNA 


B 


CARTE 


HAROLD L. SHIPP, JR. 


17408 


BOGUE 


B 


CARTE 


MR. FRANK FAMULARO 


16270 


EMERALD ISLE 


E 


CARTE 


CHRIS BALLARD 


17156 


MOREHEAD 


D 


CARTE 




17405 


NEWPORT 


B 


CARTE 


MR. SCOTT SAYLOR 


17152 


MOREHEAD CITY 


B 


CASWE 


JERRY SPARKS 


13530 


PELHAM 


B 


CASWE 


UNKNOWN 


2843 


PELHAM 


A 


CASWE 


GARDNER JONES, III 


17145 


YANCEYVILLE 


E 


CASWE 


JERRY SPARKS 


8850 


PELHAM 


B 


CASWE 


SUE KIMREY 


16395 


LEASBURG 


C 


CATAW 




8182 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


MARK HAWES 


16919 


LONGVIEW 


E 


CATAW 




7044 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


ALAN JARRETT 


8411 


MAIDEN 


A 


CATAW 


LITTLE ESTATE 


15670 


CLAREMONT 


B 


CATAW 


RAY LANE 


8735 


HICKORY 


B 


CATAW 


HAROLD KING 


17262 


HICKORY 


D 


CATAW 




16433 




B 


CATAW 


JOHN SHELL 


16968 


HICKORY 


B 


CATAW 


ROGER BARKER 


8303 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


PATRICK FAILE 


17439 


CONOVER 


B 


CATAW 


DANNY STROUD 


12328 


HICKORY 


B 


CATAW 


MARK HAWES 


9363 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


JIM JARRETT 


11179 


CONOVER 


B 


CATAW 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


11042 


CLAREMONT 


B 


CATAW 




16238 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


L.D. DAVIS 


17203 


HICKORY 


B 


CATAW 




16386 


NEWTON 


E 


CATAW 


MARK HAWES 


6732 


HICKORY 


D 


CHATH 


JAY BEAVER 


16066 


PITTSBORO 


B 


CHATH 


JOHN STARKEY 


5127 


PITTSBORO 


E 


CHATH 


LINDA G. HARRIS 


16069 


MONCURE 


E 


CHATH 


MR. RICHARD PUGH 


16359 


SILER CITY 


E 


CHATH 


TONY LETT 


15953 


PITTSBORO 


E 


CHATH 


DORIS BRIDGES 


3631 


PITTSBORO 


E 


CHERO 


NADINE WATERS 


16298 


MARBLE 


A 


CHERO 


SAMUEL DUNCAN 


16587 


MURPHY 


B 


CHOWA 


ANN MARIE KNIGHTON 


12716 


EDENTON 


B 


CHOWA 


SIDNEY L. PERRY 


15757 


EDENTON 


B 


CLAY 


JOHN M. BURNS, DIRECTOR 


5056 


HAYESVILLE 


E 


CLAY 


B. W. BLEVINS 


5314 


HAYESVILLE 


B 


CLEVE 


GLENN MCCLOSKEY 


16472 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


B 


CLEVE 


PAUL PORTER 


11178 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


13003 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


10208 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


10339 


CASAR 


B 


CLEVE 


RENEE THOMAS 


16798 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


AMOCO AND PAUL DIXON 


16105 


FALLSTON 


D 


CLEVE 


MS. GLORIA C WARE 


16821 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


STEVE SOUTHARD 


16820 


SHELBY 


B 



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116 



IN ADDITION 



CLEVE 


JAMES T. BELL 


11143 


GROVER 


D 




CLEVE 


ROBERT AREY 


16199 


SHELBY 


B 




CLEVE 


DENNIS AND LOU ANN GOFORTH 


10231 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


B 




CLEVE 


TOMMY HUMPHRIES 


16822 


SHELBY 


E 




CLEVE 




6024 


KINGS MTN. 


B 




CLEVE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


3701 


FALLSTON 


D 




CLEVE 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


17172 


SHELBY 


B 




CLEVE 


MRS. JESSE COLLINS 


17056 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 




CLEVE 


RICHARD LOVELACE 


17007 


KINGS MTN. 


B 




CLEVE 


KEN AND NELLY COSTNER 


15858 


SHELBY 


B 




CLEVE 


WILLIE IVY 


3101 


SHELBY 


D 




CLEVE 


HERSCHEL COOK 


7161 


SHELBY 


E 




COLUM 


MR. KENNETHM. COLONNA 


15751 


WHITEVILLE 


D 




COLUM 


JOE ZUNCICH 


16352 


RIEGELWOOD 


E 




COLUM 


MR. HERBERT KINLAW 


16383 


RIEGLEWOOD 


E 




COLUM 


MR. GALE BUFFKIN 


15884 


TABOR CITY 


B 




COLUM 


BANKS WATTS 


16193 


WHITEVILLE 


D 




COLUM 


MR. PAUL STEPHENS 


16215 


CLARENDON 


B 




COLUM 


HERBERT KINLAW 


17324 


RIEGLEWOOD 


E 




COLUM 


WILLIAM OAKLEY 


17418 


RIEGELWOOD 


E 




COLUM 


MR. KEITH STANLEY 


17149 


LAKE WACCAMAW 


B 




COLUM 


MR. RON GORE 


17148 


WHITEVILLE 


B 




COLUM 


MR. LAVELLE COLEMAN 


6987 


TABOR CITY 


D 




COLUM 


MR. ALONZO STREET 


9800 


WHITEVILLE 


E 


~ 


COLUM 


MR. CHRIS MARLOWE 


15565 


OLD DOCK 


B 




COLUM 


MR. JAMES J. HOLMES III 


7891 


WHITEVILLE 


E 




COLUM 


MR. JAMES J. HOLMES III 


7894 


WHITEVILLE 


E 




COLUM 


MR. ROGERS CLARK 


3518 


TABOR CITY 


D 




COLUM 


MR. JAMES J. HOLMES III 


7892 


WHITEVILLE 


E 




COLUM 


MR. WILLIAM BROOKS 


12100 


CHADBOURN 


B 




CRAVE 


ERLINDA MOORE 


16274 


NEW BERN 


D 




CRAVE 


TOM POTTER 


10798 


HAVELOCK 


D 




CRAVE 


CLARENCE B. BEASLEY 


16556 


NEW BERN 


D 




CRAVE 


TERRY PHILLIPS 


16613 


NEW BERN 


E 




CRAVE 


CHRIS BALLARD 


16260 


NEW BERN 


E 




CRAVE 


KENNEDY WARD 


16746 


NEW BERN 


D 




CRAVE 


CHRIS BALLARD 


16291 


CLAYTON 


D 




CRAVE 


LAWRENCE COLEMAN 


16842 


NEW BERN 


D 




CRAVE 


M.H. ASKEW 


15230 


NEW BERN 


D 




CRAVE 


CHRIS BALLARD 


16275 


NEW BERN 


E 




CRAVE 


JOHN M. BURNS 


14585 


NEW BERN 


B 




CRAVE 


MIKE CLEARY 


11646 


HAVELOCK 


B 




CRAVE 


CHARLES SWARINGEN 


16455 


NEW BERN 


B 




CRAVE 


E. J. POPE 


17206 


HAVELOCK 


E 




CRAVE 


CHRIS BALLARD 


16272 


NEW BERN 


E 




CUMBE 


MANAGER 


9864 


FAYEITEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


UNKNOWN 


3206 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 




CUMBE 


JIM HARRIS 


6454 


FAYETTEVILLE 


D 




CUMBE 


POSTMASTER 


3777 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


J. A. CORDELL 


5920 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


RICHARD HAMPTON 


16280 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


J. A. CORDELL 


5935 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


VERNON MAJORS 


10626 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 




CUMBE 


ROBERT WILLIS 


5936 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


UNKNOWN 


3416 


GODWIN 


B 




CUMBE 


J. A. CORDELL 


5707 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 




CUMBE 


LARRY SPERRY 


5945 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 





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August 1, 1997 



IN ADDITION 



CUMBE KRISTEN D. HANCOCK 


9409 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE BLOWNRITE INSULATION 


3401 


FAYETTEVILLE 


A 


CUMBE BILLY BYRD 


3733 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR 


13304 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE J. A. CORDELL 


5706 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE DEHNR 


3069 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE ANDY ASHLOCK 


13247 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE MARY LOU STEINIKE 


16318 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE UNKNOWN 


2880 


FAYETTEVILLE 


A 


CUMBE NATIONAL LINEN SERVICE 


8268 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE AC SCROGGINS 


16315 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 


CUMBE CATHY BREMMER 


5237 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE J. A. CORDELL 


3100 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE STEVEN A. ARNDT 


16876 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE JEAN P. BERRY 


16880 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 


CUMBE GARY KANNENBERG 


16882 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE LEO KELLY 


16916 


LINDEN 


B 


CUMBE DEHNR 


2847 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE J. A. CORDELL 


2844 


SPRING LAKE 


E 


CUMBE EDWARD C. LONGHANY 


5286 


WADE 


A 


CUMBE JAMIE MCLANB 


11660 


WADE 


B 


CUMBE BUD TAYLOR 


6846 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE CHARLES H. PANNELL 


8909 


HOPE MILLS 


E 


CUMBE RICHARD CRUMPLER 


6814 


STEADMAN 


E 


CUMBE UNKNOWN 


6782 


LINDEN 


D 


CUMBE MILDRED SHELTON 


17319 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 


CUMBE UNKNOWN 


5907 


FAYETTEVILLE 


D 


CUMBE W. S. WELLONS REALTY 


6476 


SPRING LAKE 


E 


CUMBE BILL MCDONALD 


16797 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE JOHNNY WOOD, MANAGER 


16314 


FAYETTEVILLE 


D 


CUMBE BOB BRYANT 


3134 


MANCHESTER 


B 


CUMBE JAMES C. LINDVALL 


6475 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CURRI D. R. CONNOR 


7020 


MAPLE 


B 


CURRI VERNON M. SCHAFFER 


16948 


MOYOCK 


E 


CURRI ELIZABETH C. GIBBS 


12702 


SLIGO 


B 


CURRI MIKE CLEARY 


2848 




B 


CURRI NANCY FEREBEE 


17243 


SHAWBORO 


B 


DARE THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


13743 


WANCHESE 


B 


DARE DANNY STROUD 


3453 


KILL DEVIL HILLS 


B 


DARE 


17397 


WANCHESE 


B 


DARE ERIC MOTZNO 


5981 


MANTEO 


E 


DARE F. R. MOORE 


11849 


KILL DEVIL HILLS 


D 


DAVID 


16422 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID MARTHA ALDRIDGE 


16421 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVID 


7146 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 


10318 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 


10900 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID JACK A LEONARD 


17353 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


16261 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 


5639 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID JOHN FAIRCLOTH 


13926 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID UNKNOWN 


7618 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID HAROLD KENNEDY 


15420 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID ANDY HILL 


14185 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


DAVID 


16509 


WELCOME 


E 


DAVID MAYNE HILL 


14876 


LEXINGTON 


A 


DAVID HAROLD KENNEDY 


17420 


THOMASVILLE 


C 



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IN ADDITION 



DAVID 


PAUL STOCKMAN 


16988 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 




17419 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 




16814 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 




6799 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVID 


ROBERT GOLDSTON 


17130 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


LARRY CROUSE 


16541 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 


MR. DAVID REWERTS 


16251 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


LARRY BYRD 


16546 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 


MAX WRIGHT, ET AL 


16252 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVID 


LAYTON PAUL, PUBLIC WORKS DIR. 


16733 


THOMASVILLE 


c 


DAVID 


DAVID HOLDING 


16254 


LEXINGTON 


D 


DAVID 




16394 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVID 


DANNY ANDERSON 


17392 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 


PAUL LOWMAN 


17393 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 


BERNIE BROWNELL 


16248 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 


JAMES WELBORN 


16459 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


LARRY MCKELVY 


16255 


NEW LONDON 


C 


DAVID 


MAYNE HILL 


13880 


LEXINGTON 


A 


DAVID 


DAN WIENER 


16571 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVID 


ROCHELLE CHISOM, MANAGER ENVIR 


16250 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 




6237 


LEXINGTON 


D 


DAVID 


BOB WOOD 


6275 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


GILBERT L. ROCKSON 


16253 


THOMASVILLE 


C 


DAVIE 


CLAUDE HORN, PRESIDENT 


16118 


MOCKSVILLE 


B 


DAVIE 


A.R. STEELE 


17230 


MOCKSVILLE 


D 


DAVIE 




13519 


MOCKSVILLE 


B 


DUPLI 


LARRY MCCULLEN 


17147 


WARSAW 


E 


DUPLI 


MR. HARRIS GLENN LANIER 


16591 


BEULAVILLE 


E 


DUPLI 


FLEMING COMPANIES INC. 


16773 


WARSAW 


E 


DUPLI 


MR. JOHN GREEN 


17162 


BLIZZARDS 
CROSSROADS 


B 


DUPLI 


MR. WALTER WILLIAMS 


16554 


BEULAVILLE 


B 


DUPLI 


UNKNOWN 


17316 


WARSAW 


A 


DUPLI 


LARRY MCCULLEN 


16310 


WARSAW 


E 


DUPLI 


DAVID H. RIVENBARK 


16900 


WALLACE 


B 


DURHA 


GARY OIL CO. 


9052 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


MR. STEVE BROWN 


16157 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


STEVE WILLIAMS 


15927 


DURHAM 


A 


DURHA 


TRIANGLE FURNITURE STRIPPING 


15928 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


STEVE EDGERTON 


9357 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


SPERO DORTON 


16191 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


THOMAS MATNIS 


15934 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


ERIN SHUBERT 


16146 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


WAYNE R. JONES 


16052 


CHAPEL HILL 


B 


DURHA 


EDWARD H. POPE 


16480 


DURHAM 


A 


DURHA 




16852 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 




14670 


DURHAM 


D 


DURHA 


MARY ANN STONE 


15955 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MR. PASCARELLA 


15932 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


RANDY STRICKLAND 


6681 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


RANDY STRICKLAND 


16162 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


DOUG FINAN 


15952 


RTP 


E 


DURHA 


DANNY STROUD 


15968 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


JOHN HAYES 


17366 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


ROBERT BRAME 


3851 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


UNKNOWN 


16171 


RTP 


E 


DURHA 


TOM LINDLEY 


16287 


DURHAM 


A 



119 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



IN ADDITION 



DURHA 


JEWEL F. MORRIS 


5139 


RTP 


B 


DURHA 


JO. STRAYHORN 


10508 


DURHAM 


A 


DURHA 




5659 


DURHAM 


E 


EDGEC 


L.W. LOCKE 


6508 


ROCKY MT. 


B 


EDGEC 


STEVE EDGERTON 


5591 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


DANIEL J LUTZKE 


16166 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


MR ALONZO STREET 


16165 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 




11002 


ROCKY MT. 


E 


EDGEC 


DENNIS T. TAYLOR 


16014 


PINETOPS 


B 


EDGEC 


SHADY COBB/COBBTOWN GROCERY 


4038 


FOUNTAIN 


B 


EDGEC 


CHARLES SLOAN 


16140 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


BRUCE PEASE 


15922 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


DANNY STROUD 


16705 


PINETOPS 


D 


EDGEC 


H. C. SHEARIN JR. 


16153 


ROCKY MOUNT 


B 


EDGEC 


JEROME DICKENS 


16154 


TARBOBO 


E 


EDGEC 


YVONNE JONES 


16583 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


JAMES ADAIR. ATTN FAST ADAIR 


15925 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


RUDOLF LYNCH 


16172 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 




15926 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


YVONNE JONES 


15924 


ROCKY MOUNT 


D 


FORSY 




13834 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


KRISTEN HANCOCK 


13310 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




12285 


WINSTON SALEM 


D 


FORSY 


KRISTEN HANCOCK 


13311 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




12441 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


KRISTEN HANCOCK 


13694 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


KRISTEN HANCOCK 


13308 


CLEMMONS 


B 


FORSY 


UNKNOWN 


16335 


KERNERSVILLE 


E 


FORSY 


JIM SCHAEFFER 


13581 


KERNERSVILLE 


B 


FORSY 


KATHY KIRK 


16350 


KERNERSVILLE 


E 


FORSY 




12117 


LEWISVILLE 


C 


FORSY 




14023 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


RON MCPHERSON 


16337 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


KRISTEN D. HANCOCK 


13313 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




13789 


KERNERSVILLE 


A 


FORSY 




14020 


WALKERTOWN 


E 


FORSY 


UNKNOWN 


14019 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


MS. SUSAN HARPER, ADMIN. DIREC 


16401 


KERNERSVILLE 


D 


FORSY 


JOHN & BEVERLY SPRAY 


16403 


KERNERSVILLE 


B 


FORSY 


JAY W. KING 


13871 


CLEMMONS 


E 


FORSY 




13997 


KERNERSVILLE 


C 


FORSY 


ALLEN H. GWYNN 


16458 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 


FORSY 




13448 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


TOM MURPHY 


16214 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


R.B. KILBY 


16468 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 


FORSY 




13930 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




13315 


KERNERSVILLE 


E 


FORSY 


RITA FELTON 


16464 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




12535 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


MRS. MORRIS 


12532 


KERNERSVILLE 


E 


FORSY 


TONY PLEASANT 


16465 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


TEMPLETON ELLIOTT 


16467 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




13954 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


M/M MICHAEL TOZER 


16461 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 


FORSY 




13953 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




14115 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


MR. FRANK COX 


16462 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 



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August 1, 1997 



120 



IN ADDITION 



FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 



ROGER AND BETTY SIN 

DANNY STROUD, VICE PRESIDENT 
WILLIAM R. CLAXTON 

SUPRLUS PROPERTY, INC. 
GREG SMITH 

DANNY ANDERSON 



BUTCH LOFLIN 
DON NEAL 
RODNEY READLING 



A.T. WILLIAMS 



LEON BURGESS 
S. C. BAREFOOT 



JACK WILCOX 

JIM RAYNOR 

UNKNOWN 

CHRIS NIVER 

JAVAN WHITT 

HOWARD SMITH 
W.H. (BILL) FOLTZ 



RON MCPHERSON 
CHRIS NIVER 



FREDERICK L. BURTON 

FRANK MEDLIN 

ROBBIE MYERS 
DWIGHT PAYNE 

EVOLA HUTCHINS 

SERVICE DISTRIBUTING CO., INC. 



14695 WINSTON SALEM B 

16777 WINSTON SALEM E 

15601 WINSTON SALEM C 

16684 WINSTON SALEM C 

10067 KERNERSVILLE E 

15525 WINSTON SALEM E 

15410 CLEMMONS B 

16940 WINSTON SALEM E 

7027 WINSTON SALEM B 

9075 WINSTON SALEM E 

6857 WINSTON SALEM E 

17235 KERNERSVILLE E 

17234 BELEWS CREEK B 

17232 WINSTON SALEM E 

16663 WINSTON SALEM E 

6209 WINSTON SALEM E 

16779 WINSTON SALEM E 

6506 WINSTON SALEM E 

6397 WINSTON SALEM E 

6292 WINSTON SALEM E 

6291 WINSTON SALEM E 

6167 WINSTON SALEM E 

6211 WINSTON SALEM E 

14635 WINSTON SALEM C 

6208 WINSTON SALEM C 

6206 KERNERSVILLE E 

6187 WINSTON SALEM E 

14717 WINSTON SALEM E 

17189 KERNERSVILLE E 

17334 WINSTON SALEM E 

14835 WINSTON SALEM E 

11293 WINSTON SALEM E 
17332 WINSTON SALEM A 
11247 WINSTON SALEM E 
16544 WINSTON SALEM E 
11266 WINSTON SALEM D 
3153 WINSTON SALEM B 
16540 WINSTON SALEM B 
3211 WINSTON SALEM E 
11292 WINSTON SALEM C 
14236 KERNERSVILLE E 

11294 WINSTON SALEM E 
3145 WINSTON SALEM E 
17448 WINSTON SALEM E 
11439 WINSTON SALEM E 
17451 WINSTON SALEM D 
17458 WINSTON SALEM E 
2779 CLEMMONS E 
16539 CLEMMONS D 
14432 LEWISVILLE E 

16887 WINSTON SALEM B 
17355 WINSTON SALEM C 
3442 KERNERSVILLE E 
14199 LEWISVILE B 
14442 WINSTON SALEM E 

16888 KERNERSVILLE E 
15003 WINSTON SALEM E 



121 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



IN ADDITION 



FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FORSY 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
FRANK 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GASTO 
GRAHA 
GRANV 
GRANV 
GRANV 



J. R. BREWSTER 
GARFIELD GWYN 
JERRY ATKINS 

INGLESIDE GROCERY 
UNKNOWN 
GLENN ANDERSON 
CHARLIE PHELPS 
JOHN HARDY GREEN 
MR. RAYMOND FOSTER 
HOWARD BRODIE 

WOODDROW BENFIELD 
DICK BEDGOOD 
EVA LEEPER 

MR. DALE A VAN DEVEN 

MARK MCGARY 

SCOTT HOWELL 

WILLIAM PEDT 

GREGG LUTZ 

UNKNOWN 

STU MENZEL 

TEDDY JOHNSON 

LEONARD RAY CHERRY, SR. 

HAROLD PALMER 

LES KROLL 

PHILIP BOMBARDIER 



CD. HALLMAN 
MS. SUSAN SHARP 
TOM GLOVER 
STEVE BELIN 

DANIEL J. STOWE 
TOM HARRISON 
BILL BEASLEY, P.E. 
RICHARD KING 
UNKNOWN FTF 
DON HOOVER 
MR LONNIE EMORY 
BART WARNER 
LARRY EMERY 
STEVE WILKINS 
RENEE THOMAS 
KAY PIERCY 
UNKNOWN 
DEBBIE SAILORS 
LYNDA GORTE 



HACKNEY PETROLEUM, 
THOMAS P. BELVIN 
MARTY ROSS 
BILL TUNSTALL 



INC. 



16621 WALKERTOWN C 

11098 CLEMMONS E 

3355 WINSTON SALEM B 

16576 WINSTON SALEM C 

3329 KERNERSVILLE B 

3281 WINSTON SALEM E 

16853 LOUISBURG A 

16854 LOUISBURG A 
12598 LOUISBURG A 
16022 LOUISBURG B 
16356 LOUISBURG B 
15921 LOUISBURG B 
15917 FRANKLINTON E 
9174 EPSOM A 
17402 GASTONIA B 
16331 LOWELL B 
15301 BLEMONT B 
3672 GASTONIA A 
3724 GASTONIA E 
3875 B 
17266 BESSEMER CITY B 
17249 GASTONIA A 
16922 KINGS MOUNTAIN B 
16934 BELMONT A 
8105 GASTONIA E 
16975 BELMONT E 
17239 BELMONT B 
17096 GASTONIA E 
5468 GASTONIA E 

16054 GASTONIA E 
9953 DALLAS E 
10050 CHERRYVILLE B 
16184 BELMONT B 
10328 GASTONIA E 
9645 GASTONIA B 
10344 GASTONIA E 
16434 MCADENVILLE C 
14759 BELMONT B 
16116 GASTONIA B 
16410 GASTONIA E 
9310 BELMONT E 
12691 GASTONIA B 
13967 GASTONIA B 
14862 CHERRYVILLE C 
16503 BELMONT E 
16471 GASTONIA E 
16341 GASTONIA E 
16344 GASTONIA B 
16502 CHERRYVILLE E 
16028 BESSEMER CITY B 
14350 CHERRYVILLE B 

16055 GASTONIA E 
8286 GASTONIA E 
5777 ROBBINSVILLE B 
15915 CREEDMOOR E 
13647 CREEDMORE E 
16857 BUTNER E 



12:3 



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August 1, 1997 



122 





IN ADDITION 








GRANV 


JOE MILLER 


16152 


BUTNER 


E 




GRANV 


NATHAN COBB 


16585 


BUTNER 


A 




GRANV 


MRS. WILLIE BELL GREENWAY 


16135 


OXFORD 


B 




GRANV 


CENTRAL CAROLINA BANK 


16483 


CREEDMOOR 


C 




GRANV 




16147 


OXFORD 


E 




GREEN 


JOHN SHARPE 


16557 


STANTONSBURG 


D 




GREEN 


FRANK BARNHILL 


16109 


WALSTONBURG 


C 




GREEN 


RAY TREVATHAN 


9834 


WALSTONBURG 


B 




GUILF 




14000 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


HAROLD RAINES 


15225 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 




15372 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




14198 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 


DICK SARASIN 


16036 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


MIKE MESSER 


16038 


STOKESDALE 


A 




GUILF 


JANE MCKENZIE 


16632 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


ERNEST JONES 


14852 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


BUCK HARDIN 


15501 


MCLEANSVILLE 


B 




GUILF 




13972 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




13909 


GREENSBORO 


C 




GUILF 


WILLIAM BLACK 


14833 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


DOUG MATNEY 


14747 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




14620 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


BUCK HARDIN 


14141 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 


PAUL NEFF (POA FOR LACY SMITH) 


14871 


PLEASANT GARDEN 


A 




GUILF 


TIM MONROE 


16104 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


BAIRD GODLEY 


15753 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


UNKNOWN 


14720 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


CATHY CRUMMIE 


14633 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


STEVE BELIN 


15707 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 


JEFF GLAZER 


14632 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


C.B. HARDIN 


16226 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


DAVID WALSH 


16103 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


LANDON WYATT 


16099 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


MICHELLE MCCREARY 


14517 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


C/0 JACQUELINE STENNETT 


15224 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 


R.E. MCNABB 


14454 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 




8880 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




7867 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




9355 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 




9354 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 


FRANK MEDLIN 


9212 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 




9163 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


NC EQUIPMENT CO. 


9155 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


STEVE BARNEY 


16751 


SUMMERFIELD 


A 




GUILF 




8890 


HIGH POINT 


E 




GUILF 


ANDY HILL 


13838 


WINSTON SALEM 


B 




GUILF 


LESLEY HAY WILSON 


8864 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


ERIC MOTZNO 


8699 


MCLEANSVILLE 


B 




GUILF 




8323 


SUMMERFIELD RD. 


A 




GUILF 


ALTON BURKE (DECEASED) 


8314 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


FRANK MEDLIN 


8149 


GREENSBORO 


D 




GUILF 




10757 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 




9154 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


LEONARD WATTS 


16732 


GREENSBORO 


B 




GUILF 




10551 


GREENSBORO 


E 




GUILF 


ERIC MOTZNO 


10365 


HIGH POINT 


C 




GUILF 




10349 


GREENSBORO 


E 




123 


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August 1, 1997 




12:3 



IN ADDITION 



GUILF 


JANE MCKENZIE 


GUILF 


JAME MCKENZIE 


GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 


- 


GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 


DAVID & MARLENE PRATTO 


GUILF 


UNKNOWN 


GUILF 


TERRY LAUCK 


GUILF 


JON ARMSTRONG 


GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 


MARLIN EVANS 


GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 


ROBERT KEITH 0' BERRY 


GUILF 


KRIS SPENCE 


GUILF 


KRIS SPENCE 


GUILF 


FRANK BROWN 


GUILF 




GUILF 


PHILI E. SARNA 


GUILF 


HARVEY JONES 


GUILF 




GUILF 


HUGH BLACK 


GUILF 


ANDY SIMMONS 


GUILF 


IRV COHEN 


GUILF 


DARRELL SECHREST 


GUILF 




GUILF 


JON ARMSTRONG 


GUILF 


SHIRLEY LINER 


GUILF 




GUILF 


LESLEY HAY WILSON 


GUILF 




GUILF 


CARL FABIAN 


GUILF 


CRAIG DURHAM 


GUILF 


LESLEY HAY WILSON 


GUILF 




GUILF 


ORPHAN TANKS 


GUILF 




GUILF 


BERNARD MILLER 


GUILF 


UNKNOWN 


GUILF 


GORDON CAUSEY 


GUILF 




GUILF 




GUILF 


MR. WINFREE 


GUILF 




GUILF 


LEE VANSTORY 


GUILF 




GUILF 


DAVID CHAMBERS 


GUILF 


LESLEY HAY WILSON 



16679 GREENSBORO 

16681 GREENSBORO 

10123 HIGH POINT 

10787 GREENSBORO 

9880 HIGH POINT 

7853 GREENSBORO 

9776 GREENSBORO 

9728 GREENSBORO 

9656 GREENSBORO 

9559 GREENSBORO 

9501 GREENSBORO 

9468 GREENSBORO 

9926 HIGH POINT 

17421 GREENSBORO 
7903 GREENSBORO 
17258 GREENSBORO 
5136 GREENSBORO 
4010 GREENSBORO 
3731 GREENSBORO 
17357 GREENSBORO 
5723 HIGH POINT 
3448 GREENSBORO 
17237 GREENSBORO 

17422 GREENSBORO 

17423 GREENSBORO 
17427 GREENSBORO 
3098 GREENSBORO 
17452 GREENSBORO 
17454 GREENSBORO 
3524 GREENSBORO 
6234 GREENSBORO 
7691 GREENSBORO 

16893 GREENSBORO 

16894 GREENSBORO 
7121 GREENSBORO 
6947 GREENSBORO 
16990 JAMESTOWN 
17257 MCLEANSVILLE 
6393 GREENSBORO 
9458 GREENSBORO 
17184 GREENSBORO 
17193 GREENSBORO 
6113 WHITSETT 
6062 HIGH POINT 
5869 GREENSBORO 
17236 GREENSBORO 
16992 JAMESTOWN 
12450 GREENSBORO 
16512 JAMESTOWN 
16400 GREENSBORO 
12497 GREENSBORO 
16752 SUMMERFIELD 
12479 GREENSBORO 
16396 GREENSBORO 
12470 GREENSBORO 
12735 GREENSBORO 
12266 HIGH POINT 



E 

E 

E 

D 

B 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

D 

B 

E 

D 

B 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

B 

E 

E 

B 

E 

B 

E 

B 

E 



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August 1, 1997 



124 



IN ADDITION 



GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

GUILF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HALIF 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HARNE 

HAYWO 

HAYWO 

HAYWO 



UNKNOWN 

GEORGE FULLER 
JANE MCKENZIE 
LARRY FURR 

CFO, C/OMILES BOWKER 



JANE MCKENZIE 
LEMMIE MITCHELL 
IRV COHEN 

SHELBY J. NANCE 

C. RENEE SMITH 

JIM SCHAEFFER 
MR. SAUNDERS 
RAMON FRANKLIN 
UNKNOWN 

JOHN BOSTIAN 
JANE MCKENZIE 
UNKNOWN 
LINDA MATKINS 
CAROLYN OLSCHSKY 



CHARLES POLLACK 
JERRY DOUGLAS 
ORPHAN TANKS 



CLARANCE WADE 
C. W. AMAN, JR. 
MR. RICK PHILLIPS 
YVONNE JONES 
STEVE HOLIDAY 
STEPHANIE POWELL 
JOSEPH NAPARLO 
LUTRICIA LYNCH 
JAMES ALSTON 
UNKNOWN 
JOE HARRIS 
UNKNOWN 
UNKNOWN 
UNKNOWN 
ANTHONY JONECK 
T.C. GODWIN, JR. 
COUNTY OF HARNETT 

SARA KAMPWERTH (CONTACT) 
CECIL CANTRELL 



12265 GREENSBORO E 

11840 GREENSBORO E 

11765 GREENSBORO B 

16507 GREENSBORO E 

16508 HIGH POINT E 
12478 GREENSBORO E 
16348 GREENSBORO B 
13770 GREENSBORO E 
13588 GREENSBORO B 
13445 GREENSBORO E 
13408 GREENSBORO E 
13407 GREENSBORO E 
16398 GREENSBORO E 
16304 JAMESTOWN B 
16435 GREENSBORO E 
13163 HIGH POINT E 
13012 SUMMERFIELD A 
12998 GREENSBORO E 
12975 GREENSBORO E 
12939 HIGH POINT E 
12784 GREENSBORO E 
16302 GREENSBORO E 
16575 GREENSBORO B 
11101 HIGH POINT E 
11154 GREENSBORO E 
16574 GREENSBORO E 
16631 GREENSBORO E 
16634 GREENSBORO E 
16570 GREENSBORO E 
16514 GREENSBORO B 
11021 HIGH POINT E 
11438 GREENSBORO E 
16620 GREENSBORO E 
10764 GREENSBORO B 
11017 GREENSBORO E 
11252 GREENSBORO E 
10758 GREENSBORO B 
15966 ENFIELD B 
15965 ROANOKE RAPIDS E 
15964 ENFIELD E 
16063 ENFIELD E 
15957 ROANOKE RAPIDS E 
16020 ROANOKE RAPIDS E 
16366 ROANOKE RAPIDS E 
16849 ROANOKE B 
15961 ROANOKE RAPIDS E 
16608 BUIES CREEK A 
15453 DUNN E 
3359 DUNN B 
16640 DUNN E 
16794 BUIES CREEK A 
16279 DUNN D 
16885 DUNN E 
15283 BUIES CREEK E 
17481 CANTON E 
15745 WAYNESVILLE B 
16636 WAYNESVILLE E 



725 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



HAYWO 


DANNY JONES 


16677 


WAYNESVILLE 


B 


HAYWO 


KEYE JONES, ENV CONTROL MGR 


16186 


CANTON 


E 


HAYWO 


WILTON JORDAN 


7604 


CANTON 


B 


HAYWO 


DOUG BERTIR 


16701 


MAGGIE VALLEY 


E 


HAYWO 


CAROL WREN 


17411 


WAYNESVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


DR. TOM LEDBETTER 


17202 


EAST FLAT ROCK 


D 


HENDE 


FRANK WILKERSON 


5027 


ARDEN 


A 


HENDE 


J. HALL WADDELL 


12517 


HORSE SHOE 


B 


HENDE 




16611 


FLETCHER 


E 


HENDE 


DONALD GREENE 


16564 


FLETCHER 


E 


HENDE 


ROSCOE GREEN 


7273 


TUXEDO 


B 


HENDE 


JAMES HARDIN 


17301 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


RILEY L. JONES 


16096 


HENDERSONVILLE 


B 


HERTF 


THOMAS NIVER 


17343 


MURFREESBORO 


B 


HERTF 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


13375 


AHOSKIE 


E 


HERTF 


LYNDA GORTE 


6643 


AHOSKIE 


B 


HOKE 


COUNTY MANAGER 


3869 


RAEFORD 


E 


HOKE 


JOHNNY ROBERTSON, MANAGER 


16324 


SHANNON 


D 


HOKE 


BROWN HENDRICX 


16325 


RAEFORD 


D 


HOKE 


UNKNOWN (PART OF LARGER MESS) 


7514 


RAEFORD 


E 


HOKE 


UNKNOWN 


15440 


RED SPRINGS 


B 


HYDE 


DANNY ODEN 


16758 


OCRACOKE 


B 


IREDE 




6717 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




10711 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




11546 


HARMONY 


B 


IREDE 




11234 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




13431 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


JAMES COLEY 


14165 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


CLYDE HARKEY 


8299 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


UNKNOWN 


14971 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




8171 


MOORESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




8170 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




15744 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


UNKNOWN 


15305 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




15243 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


CATHY MILLS 


12848 


HARMONY 


D 


IREDE 




9812 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




7715 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


STEVE JOHNSON 


15742 


MOORESVILLE 


A 


IREDE 


O.W. SLANE GLASS CO. 


6890 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


JOHN MASSEY 


15737 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


BETTY C. COGGINS 


15729 


MOORESVILLE 


D 


IREDE 


DAVID OLIPHANT 


14249 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


TOM ESPOSITO 


9499 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




13032 


STATESVILLE 


D 


IREDE 




5406 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




12335 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


CHRIS NIVER 


17413 


STATESVILLE 


A 


IREDE 


MR. ERNEST CARSON 


17120 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


ALLEN BRAWLEY 


16495 


MOORESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




17389 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 


FRANKIE CLOANINGER 


16246 


STATESVILLE 


D 


IREDE 


GENE DAVIS 


17166 


STATESVILLE 


B 


JACKS 


ANDREW COMRIE 


16412 


CULLOWHEE 


E 


JACKS 


JIM CLOUSE 


16418 


SYLVA 


E 


JOHNS 


MR. BOBBY HENSLEY 


16863 


FOUR OAKS 


E 


JOHNS 


LINDA HARRIS 


16293 


SELMA 


E 



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August 1, 1997 



126 





IN ADDITION 








JOHNS 


EJ POPE & SON, INC. 


16485 


PRINCETON 


B 




JOHNS 


NELLIE PARKER 


16489 


FOUR OAKS 


A 




JOHNS 


MR. KEITH BOND 


3221 


PRINCETON 


A 




JOHNS 


MARIE WATSON 


15899 


SMITHFIELD 


E 




JOHNS 


BETSI FORD 


16290 


SMITHFIELD 


B 




JOHNS 


MR. SHELDON BARBER 


16081 


BENSON 


B 




JOHNS 


STEPHEN WILLIAMS 


16704 


KENLY 


B 




JOHNS 


MRS. GLADYS FLOWERS 


17217 


CLAYTON 


B 




JOHNS 


RUTH F. PORTER 


16160 


FOUR OAKS 


B 




JOHNS 


JOE EARP 


16131 


SMITHFIELD 


B 




JOHNS 


STANTON LASSITER 


16080 


FOUR OAKS 


B 




JOHNS 


CHET HARRISON 


5422 


PRINCETON 


C 




JOHNS 




11743 


COATS XRD 


A 




JONES 


JOHNM. BOOTH 


16453 


POLLOCKSVILLE 


D 




JONES 


CHARLES SMITH 


14964 


TRENTON 


B 




JONES 


ELIZABETH B. MONTGOMERY 


13049 


TRENTON 


B 




JONES 


GEORGE BELL 


16309 


POLLOCKSVILLE 


B 




LEE 


PEPSI COLA OF SANFORD 


15913 


SANFORD 


E 




LEE 




17278 


SANFORD 


C 




LEE 


BOBBY JOHNSON 


16024 


SANFORD 


E 




LEE 


CORA AND SCOTT MAKEPEACE 


16090 


SANFORD 


E 




LEE 


MICHAEL J. LEITH 


15910 


SANFORD 


E 




LEE 


EDNA ROSSER 


14425 


BROADWAY 


D 




LEE 


EDNA ROSSER 


15977 


BROADWAY 


E 




LEE 


BOBBY JOHNSON 


15982 


SANFORD 


E 




LEE 


BOBBY JOHNSON 


15979 


LEMON SPRINGS 


B 




LEE 


JOE DAN SLOAN 


15981 


SANFORD 


E 




LENOI 


DONALD QUINN 


17382 


KINSTON 


A 




LENOI 


SEE ROWAN MILL RD FILE 


5916 


KINSTON 


A 




LENOI 


DARRELL CUMMINGS 


16382 


GRIFTON 


B 




LENOI 


STEVE BRIAN 


16308 


KINSTON 


B 




LENOI 


TIM LANIER 


16827 


KINSTON 


E 




LENOI 


L. E. COOPER 


16273 


KINSTON 


B 




LENOI 


ALLAN DENNY 


8249 


KINSTON 


B 




LENOI 


STEVE BRIAN 


17254 


KINSTON 


C 




LENOI 


JUDY HERRING 


17169 


KINSTON 


B 




LENOI 


JOANN VANETTEN 


17335 


KINSTON 


C 




LENOI 


JAY CHERRY 


16744 


KINSTON 


E 




LENOI 


JAY CHERRY 


16743 


KINSTON 


E 




LENOI 


JAY CHERRY 


16742 


KINSTON 


E 




LENOI 


THOMAS BAILEY 


16424 


KINSTON 


D 




LINCO 


MR. PAUL TAYLOR 


14209 


LINCOLNTON 


E 




LINCO 


MIKE PARROI I 


9635 


LINCOLNTON 


E 




LINCO 


JAY KING, PROJ. ENVR, GEOLOGIS 


15878 


LINCOLNTON 


E 




LINCO 




3177 


LINCOLNTON 


B 




LINCO 


TOM HULL (DECEASED) FTF 


611 


VALE 


A 




LINCO 


DAVID MILLER 


10330 


LINCOLNTON 


E 




LINCO 


JERRY CARPENTER 


17300 


LINCOLNTON 


B 




LINCO 


ROGER PAGE (FTF) 


7030 


LINCOLNTON 


A 




MACON 


CHARLES CONLEY 


16903 


FRANKLIN 


E 




MACON 


GEORGE SHOOK 


6930 


HIGHLANDS 


C 




MADIS 


0. A. GREGORY 


16700 


MARS HILL 


E 




MADIS 


DR. DUKE ISON 


16766 


WOLF LAUREL 


E 




MADIS 


D. KEITH ROBERTS 


5471 


MARSHALL 


B 




MADIS 


BILLY ROBERTS 


16427 


MARSHALL 


B 




MADIS 


CLAUDE CHANDLER 


16376 


MARS HILL 


A 




MADIS 


ALDREE HONEYCUTT 


16676 


MARS HILL 


B 




127 


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August 1, 1997 




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IN ADDITION 



MARTI 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


17259 


WILLIAMSTON 


B 


MARTI 


WILLE PEELE 


17196 


WILLIAMSTON 


B 


MARTI 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


6667 


WILLIAMSTON 


E 


MARTI 


BILL INGRAM 


16387 


ROBERSONVILLE 


D 


MARTI 


HERBERT WHITEFIELD 


17464 


WILLIAMSTON 


E 


MARTI 


NANCY JOYNER 


12443 


JAMESVILLE 


B 


MARTI 


HAYWOOD ANDREWS 


16498 


ROBERSONVILLE 


B 


MARTI 


LARRY COUNCIL 


16761 


WILLIAMSTON 


B 


MARTI 


MARGARET HARDISON 


16745 


WILLIAMSTON 


E 


MCDOW 


WILLIAM R. LEDBETTER 


5288 


NEBO 


A 


MCDOW 


WILLIAM ROSCA II 


16377 


MARION 


A 


MCDOW 


JIM CLOYD 


12267 


MARION 


E 


MCDOW 


ERIC MOTZNO 


16772 


MARION 


E 


MCDOW 


BILL KEHLER 


16768 


MARION 


B 


MCDOW 


JAMES MCKINNEY 


16299 


MARION 


B 


MCDOW 


ESTATE OF DAVID HUSKINS 


17409 


MARION 


E 


MCDOW 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


17473 


MARION 


B 


MCDOW 


GAY KENNERLY 


15381 


MARION 


E 


MECKL 


JOSEPH JENKINS 


16925 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


12032 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN TO BE DETERMINED 


12036 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


NISBET OIL COMPANY 


12105 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


C.E. HICKS 


16907 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


WILBERT DUCKWORTH 


16910 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. JODI CORRIGAN 


12208 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WALTER BEAVER 


15795 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVEN SHINNERS 


6567 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


JESSE BRINSON, PRES. 


15792 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


KIMBERLY MARMARAS 


15791 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. MIKE RODGERS 


7237 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


7208 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




16927 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


17471 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


BELL SOUTH 


16929 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


LYNN ESKEW 


16930 


CHARLOIIE 


E 


MECKL 




16932 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


CHRIS LOEB 


16923 


CHARLOIIE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVEN SLAGEL 


16899 


CHARLOTTE 


A 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7748 


CHARLOIIE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


11503 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


HENRY MILLER 


16520 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


11547 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILBERT DUCKWORTH 


16896 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


16897 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7568 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


SYLVIA GRAY BRADY 


17474 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. TERRY OLOFSON 


7507 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. LEIGH BLACK 


11820 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MARY WILLIAMS (INSOLVENT) 


12023 


CHARLOTTE 


A 


MECKL 


MR. BOB HOLDEN 


11829 


CHARLOIIE 


B 


MECKL 


AMERCO REAL ESTATE CO. 


15811 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


16906 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS MICHELLE GREGOR 


11906 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


11909 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


11914 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


7508 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




15786 


CHARLOTTE 


E 



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128 



MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 
MECKL 



KEN SCATTERGOOD 
UNKNOWN-REFERRED TO FTP 
MS. SUSAN SHARP 

MR. JIM SCHAEFER 
MS. SUSAN SHARP 
MR. JOHN ROACH 
VICKERS REALTY, INC. 
MS. SUSAN SHARP 
LYNN ESKEW 

MR. JIM SCHAEFER 
MR. JACK LEAIRD 

UNKNOWN 



JAN YANDLE 

MS. CASTLES 

MR. TOM CULPEPPER 

MR. JIM SCHAEFER 

CHARLES ROSE 

MARK OIL COMPANY 

MR. MICHAEL WOFFORD 

CERCLA 

C. D. SPANGLER CONSTRUCTION CO 

CLYDE MILLER-C/0 CATHY TERRY 

MR. WILLO SMITH 

MR. W. E. BURROUGHS 

MR. EUGENE HARRIS, JR. 

MR. STEVE BERNSTEIN 

MS. SUSAN SHARP 

MR. RICHARD WALSH 

UNKNOWN 

PENSKE TRUCK LEASING 

RANDY BEENINGA 

SAM WALDEN, PRES. 

MR. JIM SCHAEFER 

UNKNOWN 

MR. WILLO SMITH 

MS. SUSAN SHARP 

ARATEX SERVICES, INC. 

BROOKS BOYD 

SHIRLEY MAXWELL 

MR. TOM KELLY 

MR. AUTRY BARRETT 

UNKNOWN 

MR. J. CHARLES FISHER 

BRANDA HELMS 

MS. LISA CORBITT 

J. C. BROOKSHIRE 

IRVIN HANKINS.C/O TOM GRIFFIN 

MR. STEVEN SHINNERS 

MS. LYNDA GORTE 

ESTATE OF CAMILLA CHERRY 

BILL JOHNSON 



IN ADDITION 




15815 


CORNELLIUS 


13216 


CHARLOTTE 


6914 


CHARLOTTE 


16974 


CHARLOTTE 


3022 


CHARLOTTE 


13065 


CHARLOTTE 


6868 


CHARLOTTE 


13137 


CHARLOTTE 


6841 


CHARLOTTE 


16933 


CHARLOTTE 


17114 


CHARLOTTE 


6924 


CHARLOTTE 


13260 


CHARLOTTE 


13269 


CHARLOTTE 


17443 


CHARLOTTE 


15750 


CHARLOTTE 


17442 


CHARLOTTE 


6647 


CHARLOTTE 


6617 


CHARLOTTE 


6602 


CHARLOTTE 


16355 


CHARLOTTE 


12656 


CHARLOTTE 


7986 


CHARLOTTE 


7088 


CHARLOTTE 


7077 


CHARLOTTE 


16443 


CHARLOTTE 


7047 


CHARLOITE 


15779 


CHARLOTTE 


15778 


CHARLOTTE 


15771 


CHARLOTTE 


6915 


CHARLOTTE 


15769 


CHARLOTTE 


6920 


CHARLOTTE 


12658 


CHARLOTTE 


7024 


CHARLOTTE 


15764 


CHARLOTTE 


15760 


CHARLOTTE 


12863 


CHARLOTTE 


16297 


HUNTERVILLE 


12981 


CHARLOTTE 


7116 


CHARLOTTE 


12562 


CHARLOTTE 


8741 


CHARLOTTE 


15840 


CHARLOTTE 


16698 


CHARLOTTE 


10092 


CHARLOTTE 


16687 


CHARLOTTE 


15836 


CHARLOTTE 


16674 


CHARLOTTE 


16669 


MATTHEWS 


16873 


CHARLOTTE 


8789 


CHARLOTTE 


9940 


CHARLOTTE 


16826 


CHARLOTTE 


15835 


CHARLOTTE 


15863 


CHARLOTTE 


16835 


CHARLOTTE 



E 

A 

E 

E 

E 

D 

E 

E 

E 

E 

D 

E 

E 

A 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

E 

E 

B 

B 

B 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

D 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

E 

B 

D 

E 

B 

E 

A 

E 

E 

B 

E 

B 

E 

E 

E 



129 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


10375 


CHARLOllE 


B 


MECKL 


EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF N.C. 


10492 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


JOHN ANDERSON 


8631 


CHARLOl IE 


D 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


8615 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 




16818 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


9804 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVE ALLEN 


9601 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


JESSE BRINSON 


15864 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. E. 0. ANDERSON 


15867 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. ERIC MOTZNO 


15869 


HUNTERSVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN-DUKE POWER NOW OWNS 


9514 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


T. E. CUNNINGHAM 


15871 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


WAYNE HOLT 


15874 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


STEVEN HEDRICK 


17477 


CHARLOllE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


9972 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


BILL scon 


16730 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


KATHLEEN SCHEUTZOW 


15841 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


9813 


CHARLOl IE 


D 


MECKL 


MR. JIM PRICE 


9199 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


9187 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


BANKRUPT-SO REFERRED TO 


9873 


CHARLOllE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. ROBBY BYRUM 


16774 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 




16775 


CHARLOllE 


B 


MECKL 


CHRIS MATHISEN 


16783 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. ANTHONY M. ILL 


8552 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR 


15881 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DECEASED 


16550 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


8613 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7997 


CHARLOl IE 


E 


MECKL 


WILLIAM FISHER 


16553 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. CHARLES MCCROERY 


1 1185 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. DEMPSEY HUNNEYCUI I 


11188 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7996 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


11210 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7995 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. GARY BARRETT 


8094 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7993 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


SAM Y PRUITT 


8102 


CHARLOTTE 


D 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7992 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7991 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7990 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7989 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. PAUL TAYLOR 


7987 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN-OWNED BY AIRPORT 


11322 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. RONALD A. ROBSON 


11324 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. H.D. PURSER 


12990 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


7994 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


TOM MILLS 


15830 


CHARLOllE 


E 


MECKL 


JACK BEAVER 


16872 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


STEVE JAWETT 


16836 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


KATHLEEN SCHEUTZOW 


16837 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. FRANCIS MORRISON 


16648 


CHARLOllE 


B 


MECKL 


LINDA & TOM MAYFIELD 


16647 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. ELOISE ALEXANDER SIMMS 


16644 


HUNTERSVILLE 


B 


MECKL 


COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 


16643 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


TIMOTHY LEDGERWOOD 


16638 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


GARY KUEHL 


16566 


CHARLOllE 


E 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



130 



IN ADDITION 



MECKL 


ART BURAGILIO 


16864 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


TARCON INCORPORATED 


8606 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


T.A. SHERRILL 


16865 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


GAIL HOWELL 


16866 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


16869 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


10904 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


BILL TOME 


16870 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


8143 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


8121 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR 


16871 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DAVIS-C/O MARY LOU FIAT 


16630 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. CHARLES CHRISTENSEN 


5989 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. PAUL TAYLOR 


14909 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


JOHN G.B. ELLISON, JR. 


16188 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


5872 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


5873 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


STEUART PETROLEUM COMPANY 


5893 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. BILL JOHNS 


15727 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR, P.E. 


16207 


CHARLOITE 


E 


MECKL 


DUKE POWER COMPANY 


3222 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


5197 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


WILLIAM C. FEE 


16213 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


16185 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MRS J. SPENSER BELL-DECEASED 


5176 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


16183 


CHARLOTTE 


A 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN-NOT CURRENT RESIDENT 


14760 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


14769 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


3202 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


VIRGINIA-CAROLINA(BANKRUPT) 


9609 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JOHN HAMILTON 


14771 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ROY SANSBURY(EXECUTOR 


16121 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


5103 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


SRORY GHAZALE 


16041 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MRS. FRANCIS 0. CRENSHAW 


16265 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN COCKERHAM 


17293 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


15732 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


THOMAS WARLICK 


5182 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. CAROL LYBARGER 


5734 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. LISA CORBITT 


15688 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


FRANCIS KISTLER 


16120 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


VENTURE PACKAGING 


15689 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


14304 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




17247 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


5510 


PINEVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


INTERSTATE MILLING COMPANY 


5487 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNITED HOUSE OF PRAYER 


15658 


MATTHEWS 


E 


MECKL 


SLOAN ROBINSON 


15696 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


CONTACT:DAVID SHAW 


15649 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR, P.E. 


16187 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. KATHY REID 


15647 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




17288 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


SCOTT EATON 


5735 


CHARLOTTE 


A 


MECKL 


MR. PAUL TAYLOR 


5418 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


JOHN CALUPCA 


5761 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MR. RALPH ROBERTS 


14173 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DOUGLAS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 


15698 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


JOHN ELEFANDIS.PETE HARALAMBOU 


14129 


CHARLOTTE 


E 



131 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 





IN ADDITION 




MECKL 


MR. SAM L. ROBINSON 


14124 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


5843 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. RUSTY JOSEPH 


14090 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. LEE HENSLEY 


14529 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


SUE SHARP 


5231 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


LARRY ELCHON 


17241 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


6483 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3633 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR JERRY ORR 


3161 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3632 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR 


17163 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3627 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. BRUCE SCHLERNITZAUER 


15248 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3592 


MATTHEWS 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GRETOR 


17144 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


RYDER TRUCK RENTAL 


3691 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. WILLO SMITH 


6481 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3628 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


BOB BINFORD 


17138 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


CYTEC INDUSTRIES, INC. 


13468 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


3475 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 




17417 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3469 


CHARLOTT 


MECKL 




17135 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


JOHN FAIRCLOTH 


17381 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


HARRY DAY 


15400 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. STEVEN RAPHAEL 


15378 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


KELLY BULLOCK 


17141 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


17173 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


EXPOSAIC INDUSTRIES 


15459 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


OBSERVER TRANSPORTATION COMPAN 


3870 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MR. REECE GIBSON 


15008 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


PARNELL MARTIN 


15161 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


FRANK MEDLIN 


17177 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


ACADEMY STEEL DRUM 


14976 


MATTHEWS 


MECKL 


MR. CHRISTOPHER MEYER 


3751 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


15245 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


SCOTT COCHRAN 


17174 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


17311 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


JODY STEGALL 


17171 


PINEVILLE 


MECKL 


ART FRIEDMAN 


17170 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


17175 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


NATIONS BANK 


15734 


CHARLOTTE 


MECKL 


KERMIT MARSHALL 


17195 


CHARLOTTE 


MITCH 


STEPHEN T. WILLIAMS, SR. 


15852 


SPRUCE PINE 


MITCH 


MITCHELL COUNTY 


5326 


BAKERSVILLE 


MITCH 


STEPHEN T. WILLIAMS, SR. 


15851 


SPRUCE PINE 


MITCH 


CHIP GOULD 


16241 


BVLADEAN 


MITCH 


MITCHELL CO. BD. OF EDUCATION 


7498 


BAKERSVILLE 


MITCH 


ISABELLA BRACKINS 


16416 


BULADEAN 


MITCH 


WILLIAM ROSENGARTEN 


5222 


SPRUCE PINE 


MONTG 


DEHNR 


9822 


TROY 


MONTG 


RONNIE HARWOOD 


15738 


MT. GILEAD 


MONTG 


JAMES SMITH 


13348 


STAR 


MONTG 


DAVID MCKINNON 


16884 


WADEVILLE 


MONTG 


CLOSED OUT 


11628 


MT. GILEAD 


MOORE 


KENT KELLY 


6526 


ABERDEEN 



B 
B 
E 
E 
A 
E 
D 
E 
E 
B 
£ 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
A 
E 
D 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
A 
B 
E 
E 
D 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
B 
D 
B 
E 
E 
E 
E 
A 
E 
E 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



132 



IN ADDITION 



MOORE 


RAY THOMAS 


16525 


ROBBINS 


B 




MOORE 


MINNIE BELL MCCASKILL 


9677 


CANDOR 


E 




MOORE 


RICK'S AUTO SALES 


6621 


CARTHAGE 


E 




MOORE 


EDGAR ASHBURN 


16316 


CAMERON 


E 




MOORE 


GENE LANGLEY 


16327 


SOUTHERN PINES 


E 




MOORE 


ROBERT HOOKS 


5776 


WHISPERING PINES 


B 




MOORE 


CHARLIE FRY 


2902 


CARTHAGE 


B 




MOORE 


UNKNOWN (A.G. DEHNR) 


8135 


WEST END 


B 




MOORE 


PHILLIP BOLES 


17201 


CARTHAGE 


E 




NASH 


YVONNE JONES 


16065 


WHITAKERS 


B 




NASH 


WILMINGTON BOTTLING WORKS 


15908 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


BO JUMBERCOTTA 


16026 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


YVONNE JONES 


16602 


ROCKY MOUNT 


B 




NASH 


GROVER J. & PEGGY P. RADFORD 


16082 


NASHVILLE 


B 




NASH 


MR. WD. DRIVER 


15912 


ROCKY MOUNT 


D 




NASH 


BRYAN ROBBINS 


8057 


NASHVILLE 


B 




NASH 


BRYANT STEVENS 


17272 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


JOHN CALHOUN 


16013 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


PATRICK MCLAUGHLIN 


17363 


ROCKY MOUNT 


B 




NASH 


MR. RUSSELL YOUNG-ADMINISTRATR 


16092 


SPRING HOPE 


B 




NASH 


ROBERT BURTON 


16138 


ROCKY MOUNT 


D 




NASH 


YVONNE JONES 


17213 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


JAMES D. HARRIS 


16494 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NASH 


MR. GARLAND LANGLEY 


16357 


BATTLEBORO 


D 


'- 


NASH 


SHARPE OIL CO. 


16477 


BAILEY 


B 




NASH 


JOHN CALHOUN 


15903 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 




NECKL 


SUE SHARP 


17263 


PAW CREEK 


B 




NEWHA 


STEPHEN A JANNIK 


17286 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MR. BRYANT STEVENS 


16626 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. TIM MATT 


5962 


WILMINGTON 


C 




NEWHA 


MS. MARY MOBLEY 


16667 


WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. DAVID FLOYD 


16029 


WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 


B 




NEWHA 


UNKNOWN 


16429 


WILMINGTON 


A 




NEWHA 


MR. JIM FELTZ 


15883 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MR. MILTON DAIL 


16843 


WILMINGTON 


D 




NEWHA 


MR. MATTHEW GILMORE 


5992 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. DALLAS NORRIS 


10987 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


JEFF PETRIK 


17198 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


UNKNOWN 


16407 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. CECIL WORSLEY 


17287 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


UNKNOWN 


16656 


WILMINGTON 


A 




NEWHA 


MS. LUCILLE BATSON 


14641 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. WILLIAM C. GODWIN 


12866 


WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. DAVID FLOYD 


17315 


WRIGHTSVILLE 


B 




NEWHA 


JIM STRICKLAND 


16971 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MS. MARY R. KING ESTATE 


17160 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MARY P. KING ESTATE 


17159 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


TOM CROWSON 


17158 


WILMINGTON 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. L. K. LEFKOVITZ 


6705 


CAROLINA BEACH 


B 




NEWHA 


MR. E.T. FRANKLIN 


6492 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MR. PAUL BURTON 


16737 


WILMINGTON 


A 




NEWHA 


THOMAS SEGAR 


17437 


WILMINGTON 


C 




NEWHA 


DAN DAFT 


17436 


WILMINGTON 


C 




NEWHA 


LUTHER BROWN 


16301 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MARVIN PRINCE 


15886 


CASTLE HAYNE 


B 




NEWHA 




16374 


WILMINGTON 


E 




NEWHA 


MR. W. MARVIN JOHNSON 


16914 


WILMINGTON 


B 





133 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



NEWHA 


MR. GERALD RITTER 


5812 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. FRED LITTLE 


16528 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. EDCORBEll 


15569 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


MR. RON HOLMES 


16548 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 




16506 


CASTLE WAYNE 


B 


NEWHA 


MS. FRAN HANSEN 


15603 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. MATTHEW GILMORE 


14524 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


MR. WILLIAM E. MCKENNEY 


16589 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. S. DILLON WOOTEN JR. 


17265 


WILMINGTON 


C 


NORTH 


ROGER COHILL 


16143 


PENDLETON 


B 


NORTH 




17273 


MARGARETTVILLE 


A 


NORTH 


DAVID NEWSOM 


15989 


GASTON 


D 


NORTH 


PHIL MATTHEWS 


12243 


JACKSON 


B 


NORTH 


BILL BRADLEY 


17274 


SEABOARD 


A 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


15987 


POTECASI 


B 


NORTH 


CLIFTON JOYNER, JR. 


15990 


WOODLAND 


E 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


16149 


SEABOARD 


B 


NORTH 


RONNIE GRIGGS 


5721 


JACKSON 


B 


NORTH 


MAARY & CHARLES TYNER 


17358 


MURFREESBORO 


A 


NORTH 


EASTERN FUELS 


17226 


WOODLAND 


D 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


8963 


CONWAY 


E 


ONSLO 




16268 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. S.M. PAGE 


12719 


HUBERT 


B 


ONSLO 




16056 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


C 


ONSLO 


THOMAS NIVER.P.G. 


17406 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 


KATHERINE LANDMAN 


16351 


JACKSONVILLE 


C 


ONSLO 




16801 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. DANIEL P. SHINE 


6718 


HOLLY RIDGE 


D 


ONSLO 


MR. DON QUINN 


16592 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 


UNKNOWN 


16375 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 


JEFF NEEMAN 


16657 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 


MR. CARL S. RAGSDALE 


15329 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. CARL RAGSDALE 


15936 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




7084 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




16449 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. ERTRLE D. CARLYLE 


10619 


FOLKSTONE 


C 


ONSLO 


DON QUINN 


16559 


RICHLANDS 


E 


ONSLO 




15885 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




16129 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. BOBBY WILLIAMS 


17197 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. RANDY MORGAN 


16943 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 




11608 


SWANSBORO 


B 


ONSLO 


MR. BRAD MINSCHEW 


16645 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 


MS. LILLIAN KHARRAT 


9655 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ORANG 


CRAIG TURNER 


16106 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 


MS KATHLYN DALTON 


16586 


CHAPEL HILL 


B 


ORANG 


ROBERT L. SNIPES 


12315 


CEDAR GROVE 


A 


ORANG 


PERFORMANCE CHEVROLET 


16492 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 


C.L. BENSON 


15984 


HILLSBOROUGH 


B 


ORANG 


CARY OIL COMPANY 


17215 


HILLSBOROUGH 


D 


ORANG 


DANNY STROUD 


16064 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 




5832 


CARRBORO 


A 


ORANG 




16362 


CHEEKS CROSSROADS 


B 


ORANG 


DUKE POWER ELEC SYS SUPPORT DP 


16136 


HILLSBOROUGH 


D 


PAMLI 


SCOTT WHITFORD 


9980 


GRANTSBORO 


B 


PAMLI 


MIKE CLEARY 


10943 


GRANTSBORO 


B 


PAMLI 


KAYE THOMPSON 


10238 


ALLIANCE 


D 



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August 1, 1997 



134 



IN ADDITION 



PASQU 


BARBARA HUNT 


16949 


ELIZABETH CITY 


E 


PASQU 


GREG MAYE 


16610 


ELIZABETH CITY 


E 


PASQU 


ALLEN PATRICK 


16370 


ELIZABETH CITY 


D 


PASQU 


CHARLES MOLESKI 


17127 


ELIZABETH CITY 


E 


PASQU 


JIM SEAGRAVES 


16209 


ELIZABETH CITY 


E 


PASQU 


THOMAS NIVER 


17325 


ELIZABETH CITY 


D 


PENDE 


JOHN BAVER 


17386 


BURGAW 


E 


PENDE 


MR. W.K. HOBBS 


3447 


BURGAW 


D 


PENDE 


MR. JERRY DOUGLAS 


14724 


HAMPSTEAD 


B 


PENDE 


MR. JIM LEONARD 


16267 


HAMPSTEAD 


B 


PENDE 


MR. LUTHER BROWN 


16969 


ROCKY POINT 


B 


PENDE 


MS. DUSTY SHULTZ 


6959 


CURRIE 


C 


PENDE 


MR. ROBERT E. DAVIDSON 


6860 


CURRIE 


E 


PERSO 


RONALD FAISON 


17216 


ROXBORO 


A 


PERSO 


HUFFMAN OIL CO. 


15076 


HURDLE MILLS 


A 


PERSO 


EDWARD HOLMES 


16068 


ROXBORO 


E 


PERSO 


LITTLE HUFF OIL COMPANY 


16862 


ROXBORO 


E 


PITT 


EARL G. TREVATHAN 


17129 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


ED STOX 


7106 


BETHEL 


A 


PITT 


MIKE CLEARY 


5233 


MACCLESFIELD 


B 


PITT 


TONY PARNELL 


7659 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


JIM CRAFT 


17294 


FARMVILLE 


E 


PITT 


VANN EVERETTE 


17295 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


BILL FLOWERS 


3015 


FARMVILLE 


B 


PITT 


JIMMY SUTTON 


3143 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


HILTON CARLTON 


5629 


FARMVILLE 


B 


PITT 


J. E. RICKS 


8664 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


M. B. NICHOLSON 


8948 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


JAMES D. ROBERSON 


17337 


GREENVILLE 


C 


PITT 


JOHN A. STALEY III 


9127 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


WILLIAM MARTIN 


16760 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JAMES A. HECKER 


16627 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JOHNNY & BILL BRILEY 


11243 


FARMVILLE 


E 


PITT 


LAWRENCE PERKINS 


13180 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


JOHN STALEY 


16519 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


MARVIN BEST 


15747 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PUT 


RONALD A. HUGHES 


16666 


FARMVILLE 


E 


PUT 


JOHN STALEY 


16108 


GRIFTON 


B 


PITT 


PERCY PAIR 


16263 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


ALFRED GARRIS 


16113 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


E. JOYNER 


14588 


FARMVILLE 


E 


PITT 


MARVIN SPEIGHT 


16404 


FARMVILLE 


E 


PITT 


H. W. GOODING 


16094 


AYDEN 


E 


PITT 


DANEEL L LE ROUX 


11833 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


G. L. TUCKER 


10916 


GRIFTON 


B 


PITT 


BILLY FLEMING 


14778 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 




16740 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


LAWRENCE PERKINS 


16649 


GREENVILLE 


D 


RANDO 




14445 


ARCHDALE 


D 


RANDO 




14715 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 




3155 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 


ALLEN KERNS 


14254 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 


RUBY MURPHY 


17354 


LIBERTY 


A 


RANDO 




5562 


RANDLEMAN 


B 


RANDO 


HERBERT HARRIS 


17309 


ASHEBORO 


D 


RANDO 


CHRIS NIVER 


17391 


ASHEBORO 


B 


RANDO 


CHRIS NIVER 


17390 


LIBERTY 


B 



135 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



RANDO 




RANDO 




RANDO 


ALLEN KERNS 


RANDO 




RANDO 


TOM REDDING 


RANDO 


DUMONT BUNKER 


RANDO 


DAVID H. BRILES, JR. 


RANDO 


BERNICE COLTRANE 


RANDO 


JACK ARMSTRONG 


RANDO 




RANDO 




RANDO 


UNKNOWN SOURCE 


RANDO 


DUMONT BUNKER 


RANDO 




RANDO 


DECEASED/UNKNOWN 


RANDO 


ALLEN KERNS 


RANDO 




RICHM 


EDNA S. LITTLE 


RICHM 


RICHMOND CO. SCHOOLS 


RICHM 


MR. ALLEN DENNY, VICE PRES. 


RICHM 


TODD FREDDY 


RICHM 


DON GILL 


RICHM 


W. PATRICK HARRISON 


RICHM 


W. PATRICK HARRISON 


RICHM 


W. PATRICK HARRISON 


RICHM 


BIGK. OIL CO., INC. 


RICHM 


RONNIE HARWOOD 


RICHM 


VIRGIL HUNT 


RICHM 


STEPHENS TEXACO 


ROBES 


SOUTHERN BELL 


ROBES 


JOHN LENNON 


ROBES 


DR. CHARLES T. JOHNSON, JR. 


ROBES 


WAYNE PITTMAN 


ROBES 


CITY OF LUMBERTON 


ROBES 


TIM PARNELL 


ROBES 


JACK MOODY 


ROBES 


GARY HARDISON 


ROBES 


MALCOLM WATSON, MANAGER 


ROBES 


DON NORTON 


ROBES 


NCDOT 


ROBES 


ED HODGES, INC. 


ROBES 


M&JGASCO. 


ROBES 


BAXTER H. MILLER 


ROBES 


NC PRODUCTS 


ROBES 


JOE CLARK 


ROBES 


HUBERT KINLAW 


ROBES 


JOHN ROBERTSON 


ROBES 


UNKNOWN 


ROBES 


N. C. FORESTRY SERVICE 


ROBES 


FRANK MEDLIN 


ROBES 


UNKNOWN 


ROBES 


JOANNE LOWRY 


ROBES 


MILDRED ALLEN 


ROBES 


DONALD A WORSLEY 


ROBES 


MILDRED BRITT 


ROBES 


NCDEHNR 


ROBES 


MILLIKEN & CO. 



15268 RANDLEMAN 

13356 LIBERTY 

10862 ASHEBORO 

12145 RANDLEMAN 

16889 ASHEBORO 

16040 ASHEBORO 

3123 JACKSON CREEK 

16937 ARCHDALE 
16939 ARCHDALE 
12477 ASHEBORO 
13618 ARCHDALE 
15130 HIGH POINT 
16062 ASHEBORO 

16938 ASHEBORO 
12439 LIBERTY 
14750 RAMSEUR 

3700 FRANKLINVILLE 

16883 ROCKINGHAM 

5433 ELLERBE 

9721 ELLERBE 

16750 HAMLET 

11113 ELLERBE 

16749 HAMLET 

16748 HAMLET 

16747 HAMLET 

5770 ROCKINGHAM 

15739 ROCKINGHAM 

3699 MOUNT GILEAD 

6485 ROCKINGHAM 

5431 LUMBERTON 

7769 LUMBERTON 

16881 RED SPRINGS 

17125 LUMBERTON 

16320 LUMBERTON 

16877 SHANNON 

7952 LUMBERTON 

11339 MAXTON 

16319 RED SPRINGS 

3132 PEMBROKE 

9679 LUMBERTON 

9680 LUMBERTON 

9681 LUMBERTON 
14734 RED SPRINGS 
5940 FAIRMONT 
5121 MAXTON 
17463 LUMBERTON 
5189 RED SPRINGS 
3366 ST. PAULS 
4008 LUMBERTON 
13344 LUMBERTON 
5282 LUMBERTON 
10922 PENBROKE 
15290 LUMBERTON 
10805 LUMBERTON 
6619 ST. PAULS 
6553 FAIRMONT 
6388 RED SPRINGS 



E 
D 
E 
B 
E 
B 
A 
E 
E 
D 
E 
A 
B 
E 
B 
B 
A 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
B 
B 
B 
E 
E 
A 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
D 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
E 
D 
D 
E 
E 
E 
E 
B 
E 
E 
E 
E 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



136 





IN ADDITION 








ROBES 


JOHN IRLAND 


6685 


LUMBERTON 


E 




ROBES 


BRADLEY WILLIAMS 


11865 


RAEMON 


E 




ROCKI 




11618 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 




16936 


EDEN 


C 




ROCKI 


WILLIAM E. LANE 


12973 


MADISON 


B 




ROCKI 




12458 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 




15104 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 


FMHA 


11592 


MADISON 


B 




ROCKI 


JIM TUTTLE 


15057 


REIDSVILLE 


D 




ROCKI 


KENNETH E. BLACKBURN 


16372 


REIDSVILLE 


E 




ROCKI 




16180 


REIDSVILLE 


C 




ROCKI 


R.H. PULP 


6142 


STONEVILLE 


B 




ROCKI 


MR. W.D. RAKESTRAW 


16755 


REIDSVILLE 


C 




ROCKI 


JACK TRAVIS 


17192 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 


JAMES C, DOROTHY P., BEATRICE C 


17191 


REIDSVILLE 


B 




ROCKI 


JIM SMITH 


17188 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 




15826 


EDEN 


C 




ROCKI 




13572 


REIDSVILLE 


C 




ROCKI 


HAROLD KENDRICK 


16788 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 




13566 


EDEN 


C 




ROCKI 




13563 


REIDSVILLE 


E 




ROCKI 




13561 


REIDSVILLE 


C 




ROCKI 


DANNY LOVE 


15269 


REIDSVILLE 


A 




ROCKI 




16694 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 


OTIS S. PRIDDY 


17231 


MAYODAN 


E 




ROCKI 


CHRIS NIVER 


17256 


WENTWORTH 


D 




ROCKI 


J. R. BREWSTER 


11389 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 


WILLIAM HOPPER 


16542 


EDEN 


A 




ROCKI 




15272 


STONEVILLE 


E 




ROCKI 




15423 


REIDSVILLE 


E 




ROCKI 




16119 


EDEN 


E 




ROCKI 




17403 


EDEN 


E 




ROWAN 


EXXON 


16306 


SALISBURY 


E 




ROWAN 




17155 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 




17204 


SALISBURY 


E 




ROWAN 


UNKNOWN 


16332 


KANNAPOLIS 


A 




ROWAN 


MRS. LENTZ, DECEASED 


17121 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 


CHRIS NIVERS 


17251 


SHELBY 


B 




ROWAN 


BAILY BAREFOOT 


17100 


LANDIS 


E 




ROWAN 


DON PAWOWSKI 


16389 


GOLD HILL 


B 




ROWAN 


JC PADGETT 


16664 


CLEVELAND 


B 




ROWAN 


JOEY RUSHER 


12931 


SALISBURY 


A 




ROWAN 


BARBARA SIFFORD 


16198 


SPENCER 


B 




ROWAN 


MR. JIM SCHAEFER 


13004 


SALISBURY 


D 




ROWAN 


GLENN TERRY 


17244 


SALISBURY 


E 




ROWAN 


DANNY STROUD 


14590 


ROCKWELL 


E 




ROWAN 


TONY PORTER 


17165 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 


UNKNOWN 


16967 


WOODLEAF 


A 




ROWAN 


JAMIE FITTS 


14591 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 


DECEASED 


15875 


KANNAPOLIS 


A 




ROWAN 


BILL SHUPING 


16534 


SPENCER 


E 




ROWAN 


DAVE HOLDING 


17289 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


17441 


CHINA GROVE 


B 




ROWAN 


EVERETTE O'NEAL 


17466 


SALISBURY 


B 




ROWAN 


OWEN HILLMAN 


11823 


SALISBURY 


E 




ROWAN 


NO LONGER AT ADDRESS BELOW 


8297 


SALISBURG 


D 




ROWAN 


KIM MARSHALL 


2858 


LANDIS 


E 




137 


NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 




August 1, 1997 




12:3 



IN ADDITION 



ROWAN 


JOHN PARNELL, JR. 


17400 


KANNAPOLIS 


D 


ROWAN 


JACOB SLOOP 


17327 


ROCKWELL 


A 


ROWAN 


DAVE HOLDING/RANDY MASINGO 


16266 


SALISBURY 


A 


ROWAN 




17326 


SALISBURY 


D 


ROWAN 


WILLIAM SHIPTON 


17434 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


CITY OF SALISBURY-R.FAGGART 


3874 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DANNY STROUD 


9584 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


UNKNOWN 


17303 


CHINA GROVE 


E 


ROWAN 


PLOOF TRUCK LINES 


17299 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


JOEY RUSHER 


16588 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DAVID HOLDING 


17416 


CHINA GROVE 


B 


ROWAN 


KAY ERVIN 


17328 


CHINA GROVE 


E 


RUTHE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


16125 


FOREST CITY 


E 


RUTHE 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


5057 


FOREST CITY 


E 


RUTHE 


SAM KARR, FINANCE DIRECTOR 


16112 


LAKE LURE 


B 


RUTHE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


13432 


FOREST CITY 


B 


RUTHE 


SAM KARR, FINANCE DIRECTOR 


16115 


LAKE LURE 


E 


SAMPS 




16641 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 




16642 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 




16639 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 


SOPHA OWENS 


3136 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 


ROGERS CLARK 


10620 


ROSEBORO 


E 


SAMPS 


ROGERS CLARK 


3319 


GODWIN 


E 


SAMPS 


CHARLES MAYNARD 


16795 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 


GLENN JACKSON 


3646 


DUNN 


A 


SAMPS 


JEAN P. BERRY 


16879 


BONNETSVILLE 


B 


SAMPS 




16790 


CLINTON 


E 


SCOTL 


CLINTON HARLEY 


3761 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


JOHN ROBERTSON 


5120 


WAGRAM 


E 


SCOTL 


FRED THOMAS 


10491 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


DEHNR 


5177 


WAGRAM 


E 


SCOTL 


CLARENCE LASSITER(DECEASED) 


5184 


WAGRAM 


E 


SCOTL 


CITY OF LAURINBURG 


7515 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


COMPANY MANAGER 


9726 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


MAX H. TOWER Y 


2855 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


DEHNR NCTF 


6528 


WAGRAM 


E 


SCOTL 




16523 


LAUREL HILL 


E 


SCOTL 


TED ROGERS 


16792 


LAURINBURG 


E 


SCOTL 


TED ROGERS 


16607 


LAURINBURG 


E 


STANL 


UNKNOWN 


16763 


NORWOOD 


B 


STANL 


LANE FURR 


15607 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 


PHIL HERLOCKER 


9669 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 




15772 


AQUADALE 


B 


STANL 


BANKS GARRISON 


10057 


NORWOOD 


E 


STANL 




9620 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 


RONNIE MATTHIS 


17312 


ALBEMARLE 


A 


STANL 


CINDY CHANEY 


16521 


STANFIELD 


B 


STANL 


UNKNOWN/NCNB 


6865 


ALBEMARLE 


D 


STANL 


UNKNOWN (FTF) 


3744 


ALBEMARLE 


A 


STANL 


DOUG MCCOY 


10637 


LOCUST 


C 


STANL 


DEBORAH RICCI 


17341 


ALBEMARLE 


A 


STANL 


UNKNOWN 


17401 


ALBEMARLE 


D 


STANL 


EDWARD MORGAN (STF SITE) 


14305 


RICHFIELD 


E 


STANL 


MRS. RAY LOWDER 


16658 


ALBEMARLE 


B 


STANL 


PHILLIP HERLOCKER 


16474 


ALBEMARLE 


D 


STOKE 


ERIC MOTZNO 


17255 


WALNUT COVE 


B 


STOKE 


DANNY STROUD 


16098 


WALNUT COVE 


B 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



138 



IN ADDITION 



STOKE 


WOODROW BARROW 


STOKE 




SURRY 


LUCKY TOLBERT 


SURRY 




SURRY 


KEVIN BEROTH 


SURRY 


UNKNOWN 


SURRY 


WAYNE POULTRY 


SURRY 


JOE HARRELL 


SURRY 


ROBERT SYKES 


SURRY 




SURRY 




SURRY 


UNKNOWN 


SURRY 


RON MACK 


SURRY 


CONTACT: WM. JAMES 


SURRY 




SURRY 


TOMMY HAYMORE 


SURRY 




SURRY 


TERRY BACON 


SURRY 


ERIC MOTZNO 


SURRY 


MIKE AYERS 


SURRY 


DANNY HARDY 


SURRY 


TERRY BACON 


SURRY 


MICHAEL STANLEY 


SURRY 


MRS. ALTO CARLSON 


SURRY 


JIM STROUD 


SURRY 


CHRIS HOLDEN 


SURRY 




SURRY 


DANNY STROUD 


SURRY 


ARTHUR FALKNER 


SURRY 


0. HARVEY GRIGGS 


SURRY 


WESLEY WHITAKER 


SWAIN 


DAVID BLEVINS 


SWAIN 


GEORGE BECK 


TRANS 


DAVID HIGGS 


TRANS 


OLLIE SKERRETT 


TRANS 


HALL WADDELL 


TRANS 


CHIP GOULD 


TRANS 


RALPH MORGAN, V.P. 


TYRRE 


BRAXTON VOLIVA 


UNION 


RONNIE THOMAS 


UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 




UNION 


KYLE J. DUNN 


UNION 




UNION 


MR. MATTHEW GILMORE 


UNION 




UNION 


NORMAN C. WHITLEY 


UNION 


GORDON PLYLER 



16227 LAWSONVILLE 

3304 WALNUT COVE 

13365 PINNACLE 

16249 ELKIN 

16243 PILOT MTN. 

17333 ELKIN 

13937 ELKIN 

5563 DOBSON 

17349 MT. AIRY 

14188 MOUNT AIRY 

3603 MT. AIRY 

3510 PIOTMTN. 

13942 MT. AIRY 

14253 ELKIN 

15206 MT. AIRY 

13695 ELKIN 

15741 DOBSON 

10320 ELKIN 

16986 ELKIN 

17048 ELKIN 

16622 MT. AIRY 

17132 DOBSON 

16985 ELKIN 

16809 DOBSON 
16420 MT. AIRY 
16257 ELKIN 
16538 ELKIN 
13708 MT. AIRY 
16537 MT. AIRY 

16810 MT. AIRY 
13712 MT. AIRY 
16813 STATE ROAD 
3819 CHEROKEE 
14906 CHEROKEE 
7262 BREVARD 
3514 CEDAR MTN. 
14429 BREVARD 
13325 BREVARD 
15735 LAKE TOXAWAY 
16947 COLUMBIA 
15286 MONROE 

12022 MONROE 

11393 WINGATE 

16530 MONROE 

8120 MARSH VILLE 

14883 MONROE 

8595 MONROE 

16117 MONROE 

13155 MONROE 

10882 MONROE 

16475 MONROE 

6776 MONROE 

16875 MONROE 

3306 MONROE 

10329 MONROE 

6181 MONROE 

16195 ALBEMARLE 



B 

E 

B 

E 

C 

A 

D 

D 

B 

B 

E 

C 

E 

E 

E 

E 

C 

A 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

E 

B 

C 

C 

B 

B 

E 

B 

B 

E 

E 

B 

A 

B 

B 

B 

E 

B 

E 

E 

E 

A 

E 

D 

E 

E 

E 

E 

B 

B 

E 

B 

D 

B 



139 



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12:3 



IN ADDITION 



UNION 


TED HENSON 


15805 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 




16196 


STALLINGS 


A 


UNION 




9000 


MONROE 


B 


UNION 


BOB PATEL 


16277 


INDIAN TRAIL 


B 


UNION 


CHARLOTTE COITE 


15788 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 




2974 


MARSHVILLE 


E 


VANCE 


SAM WATKINS 


16189 


HENDERSON 


B 


VANCE 


PHIL ADAMS 


3412 


HENDERSON 


C 


VANCE 


WAYNE RIVERS 


5391 


HENDERSON 


B 


VANCE 


JOHN VERNON 


15993 


HENDERSON 


E 


VANCE 


LYNDA GORTE 


16093 


HENDERSON 


B 


WAKE 


KARL WESTERMANN 


17225 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


MIKE HOLLINGSWORTH 


15997 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 




15893 


GARY 


E 


WAKE 




15992 


GARY 


E 


WAKE 


PAUL TAN 


17224 


HOLLY SPRINGS 


D 


WAKE 


PHILIP R WHITLEY 


15988 


WENDELL 


E 


WAKE 


UNITED ENERGY 


17222 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


JIM SCHAEFFER 


16707 


GARY 


E 


WAKE 


HERBERT THOMAS 


16005 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 




9331 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


MRS. BODDIE 


17210 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


GEORGE LATTIMORE 


16490 


GARNER 


E 


WAKE 


JIM SCHAEFFER 


12244 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


JIM SCHAEFFER 


12245 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


GERALD/DEBBIE ADAM 


16726 


WAKE FOREST 


A 


WAKE 


BARNEY JOYNER 


15998 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 




16713 


WAKE FOREST 


A 


WAKE 


MLB., L.L.C. 


16605 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


ROY GOODE 


16011 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


BOB CARTER 


16002 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


TODD PREDDY 


16001 


MORRISVILLE 


E 


WAKE 




12722 


RALEIGH 


A 


WAKE 




2930 


APEX 


A 


WAKE 




3094 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


MERLIN PRINCE 


16481 


APEX 


E 


WAKE 


DON STEPHENSON 


10167 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


DON STEPHENSON 


17281 


GARY 


E 


WAKE 


MR. BUNKEY MORGAN 


16155 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


CHARLIE ZIMMERLI 


17267 


MORRISVILLE 


B 


WAKE 


FRANK TRAINER/NEWS & OBSERVER 


5750 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


T.C. O'CONNELL 


15894 


FUQUAY VARINA 


E 


WAKE 


IRIS BROWN 


17269 


FUQUAY VARINA 


D 


WAKE 


HAYDEN JAMES 


16693 


WAKE FOREST 


B 


WAKE 


MIKE BAJOREK 


17229 


GARY 


E 


WAKE 


LEON PARRISH 


6572 


GARNER 


D 


WAKE 


STEVE EDWARDS 


15901 


APEX 


B 


WAKE 


YORK PROPERTIES 


15896 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


KEITH CHERRY 


16134 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


DON STEPHENSON 


15898 


HOLLY SPRINGS 


E 


WAKE 


JAY W. KING 


15900 


FUQUAY VARINA 


E 


WAKE 


STEVE EDGERTON 


5502 


RALEIGH 


C 


WAKE 


JIM SCHAEFFER 


13029 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


STEVE STEIGERWALD 


6978 


FUQUAY 


B 


WAKE 


MR. GREG MAY 


16358 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


RUSSELL REYNOLDS 


16072 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


DON STEVENSON 


5655 


GARNER 


B 



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140 



IN ADDITION 



WAKE 


CARL COBB 


WAKE 




WAKE 


MR JOHN WALCH 


WAKE 




WAKE 


REGINALD W. BARNES 


WAKE 




WAKE 


MR JOHNNIE R. MARTIN 


WAKE 




WAKE 


DAVID PECK 


WAKE 


CEDRIC ROYAL 


WAKE 


UNKNOWN 


WARRE 


FRITZ E. VAUGHN 


WASHI 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


WASHI 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


WASHI 


NANCY JOYNER 


WASHI 


LARS P. SIMONSEN 


WASHI 


THOMAS B. ALEXANDER 


WASHI 


NANCY JOYNER 


WASHI 


NANCY JOYNER 


WASHI 


NANCY JOYNER 


WATAU 




WATAU 




WATAU 


HARRY GALIFIANAKIS 


WATAU 




WATAU 




WATAU 


ATTN: JIMMIE HARMON 


WATAU 


CHRIS NIVER 


WATAU 




WATAU 




WATAU 


ROBERT WHATLEY 


WATAU 




WATAU 


DOUGLAS GORDON 


WATAU 




WAYNE 


DANIEL SASSER 


WAYNE 


DONALD GILL 


WAYNE 


GUY MCKEE 


WAYNE 


BUD JOYNER 


WAYNE 


DON MUSGRAVE 


WAYNE 


DON QUINN 


WAYNE 


SAMUEL E. TAYLOR 


WAYNE 


J. A. LOCKRIDGE 


WAYNE 


JAMES H. GRANTHAM 


WAYNE 


MIKE CLEARY 


WAYNE 


ROBERT JEFFREYS 


WAYNE 


TERRI MERICAL 


WAYNE 


WILLIAM SMITH 


WAYNE 


REX WHITFIELD 


WAYNE 


JAMES F. SPEARMAN 


WAYNE 


ROBERT BILLINGSLY 


WAYNE 


GREG SMITH 


WAYNE 


JOHN DE MAN 


WAYNE 


GARY W. PARTIN 


WAYNE 


DEAN CHASTAIN 


WAYNE 


RUDY GRANTHAM 


WAYNE 


KENNETH GRADY 


WAYNE 


DILLON WOOTEN 


WILKE 





5187 RALEIGH E 

6934 GARY E 

16159 GARY E 

16368 RALEIGH B 

16070 FUQUAY VARINA E 

6344 RALEIGH E 

13076 NEW HILL A 

14554 RALEIGH E 

16176 RALEIGH E 

16706 KNIGHTDALE B 

16850 GARY B 

15942 WARRENTON C 

13373 ROPER B 

16447 ROPER E 

12415 PLYMOUTH E 
17207 WILLIAMSTON B 
6019 PLYMOUTH E 
12442 PLYMOUTH B 
12414 PLYMOUTH B 
12454 ROPER B 
3115 BOONE B 
13527 VILAS B 
16442 BLOWING ROCK B 
3507 SUGAR GROVE B 

13523 BOONE E 
17146 BLOWING ROCK B 
17307 BOONE B 
13515 BOONE E 

13524 BOONE E 
16510 BLOWING ROCK B 
11156 BOONE E 
11198 BOONE B 
16222 BLOWING ROCK D 
12283 GOLDSBORO B 
16292 GOLDSBORO D 
16305 MT. OLIVE E 
12024 GRANTHAM B 
16739 PIKEVILLE E 
17342 GOLDSBORO E 
16551 MT. OLIVE B 

16650 GOLDSBORO E 
16371 GOLDSBORO D 
16271 GOLDSBORO E 
16844 GOLDSBORO E 
7109 MT. OLIVE B 

12416 DUDLEY B 
16210 GOLDSBORO E 
10679 GOLDSBORO D 
16450 GOLDSBORO E 
14986 GOLDSBORO B 
7108 GOLDSBORO D 

16651 GOLDSBORO E 
16558 GOLDSBORO E 
13465 GOLDSBORO B 
17292 GOLDSBORO C 
12997 FREMONT D 
13500 WILKESBORO E 



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12:3 



WILKE 




WILKE 




WILKE 




WILKE 




WILKE 




WILKE 


JAY W. KING 


WILKE 


CLATE T. SNIDER 


WILKE 




WILKE 




WILKE 


D.E. TURNER JR. 


WILKE 




WILSO 


MILDRED BULLARD 


WILSO 


SALLY WHITLEY 


WILSO 


CHESTER KINSEY 


WILSO 


J W BAILEY 


WILSO 


STEVE BURRESS 


WILSO 


MELINDA JOHNSON 


WILSO 


ESTATE OF OSCAR HARRISON 


WILSO 


MR. COLEY 


WILSO 


E.B. JORDAN & OLIVER G. RAND 


WILSO 


MR TOM BROWN 


WILSO 




WILSO 




WILSO 




WILSO 


TELEDYNE, INC. 


WILSO 


TOM FARDAS 


WILSO 




WILSO 


E.C. DILDA 


WILSO 


ALBERT & ROSA LUCAS 


YADKI 




YADKI 


KENNETH REAVIS 


YADKI 




YADKI 


BILL WOOD, EXECUTOR 


YADKI 





IN ADDITION 






16256 


WILKESBORO 


C 


13496 


N. WILKESBORO 


E 


13488 


NORTH WILKESBORO 


E 


6166 


NORTH WILKESBORO 


D 


13513 


MILLERS CREEK 


D 


15489 


MORAVIAN FALLS 


B 


17185 


STATE RD. 


B 


6882 


WILKESBORO 


E 


15125 


MORAVIAN FALLS 


B 


17377 


N. WILKESBORO 


C 


10896 


N. WILKESBORO 


E 


16079 


WILSON 


A 


16491 


WILSON 


B 


16006 


WILSON 


E 


16715 


KENLY 


A 


16710 


WILSON 


B 


15889 


WILSON 


D 


17364 


WILSON 


B 


15944 


WILSON 


E 


15891 


WILSON 


E 


16190 


WILSON 


D 


10582 


WILSON 


E 


5748 


WILSON 


D 


16151 


WILSON 


E 


16144 


ELM CITY 


E 


17270 


SIMS 


B 


15943 


WILSON 


E 


13384 


WILSON 


E 


15890 


WILSON 


E 


10324 


YADKINVILLE 


D 


14146 


YADKINVILLE 


B 


11231 


JONESVILLE 


D 


15063 


HAMPTONVILLE 


B 


3708 


YADKINVILLE 


E 


TABLE # 2 







Pollution Incident Report Form 

Minor Soils 



(A Listing of New Incidents and Changes to Previous Information at Petroleum 
Underground Storage Tank Sites from July 1, 1996 through June 30, 1997) 



County Owner <Owner/Operator> 

ALAMA 

ALAMA 

ALAMA CITY MANAGER 

ALAMA 

ALAMA 

ALAMA 

ALAMA 

ALAMA HUFFMAN OIL CO-EDWARD PERKINS 

ALAMA 

ALAMA 

ALAMA BURLINGTON CITY SCHOOL SYSTEM 



icident* 


City/Town 


Priority 
Code 


11032 


BURLINGTON 


C 


13917 


BURLINGTON 


C 


13861 


BURLINGTON 


E 


14366 


BURLINGTON 


E 


14631 


GRAHAM 


E 


13007 


BURLINGTON 


E 


15736 


BURLINGTON 


E 


16890 


BURLINGTON 


C 


14362 


ELON COLLEGE 


E 


11595 


BURLINGTON 


E 


16808 


BURLINGTON 


E 



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August 1, 1997 



142 



IN ADDITION 



ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALAMA 
ALEXA 
ALEXA 
ALEXA 
ALEXA 
ALEXA 
ALLEG 
ALLEG 
ALLEG 
ALLEG 
ALLEG 
ALLEG 
ASHE 
ASHE 
ASHE 
ASHE 
ASHE 
ASHE 
BEAUF 
BERTI 
BLADE 
BRUMS 
BRUMS 
BRUMS 
BRUMS 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUNCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUMCO 
BUNCO 
BURKE 
BURKE 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 
CABAR 



ARTIE WILLIAMS 

TRUE HOLINESS CHURCH OF FAITH 

RICHARD MCCRICKARD 

L. W. PRITCHETT, IMC. 

CITY OF BURLINGTON 

PAT BAKER 
CLYDE RUSSELL 
WENDELL HOLLAR 
MAXINE WOODRING 
JEAN HILL 
MARTHA COMBS 
THORTON BEROTH 
JEFFERYBRINKER 
MAX HAYNES 
RICK CANDLE 
MR. DARYL BLEVINS 

RUBY SEGRAVES 
RUBY SEGRAVES 
RUBY SEGRAVES 

CLIFFORD WELLS 
J. P. HARRINGTON 
L. E. COOPER 
MR. ED HONEYCUTT 

ED HONEYCUTT 

MR. KENNETH RICHARDSON, PE 

OPAL CARSON 

CRAIG HUNTER 

PASTOR CHARLES SPROUSE 

JIM CARRIER 

E.F. CRAVEN COMPANY 

C.E. AKIN 

C.E. AKIN 

RAY LEHR 

WINSTON A BENNETT 

TOM YOUNGBLOOD 

JEANNE NICHOLS 

JIMMY LOWMAN 

RUSSELL PRUITT 

THURMOND RICHARDSON 

BOOTS BEASLEY 

BILL SCHINSKY 

FIELDCREST CANNON 
MR. BANKS GARRISON 
CONTACT; MIKE SEMONES 
DANNY BOST 



HONDA CARS OF CONCORD 
ROBERT BARBOUR 
FAYE AND GARY BARRIER 



15825 BURLINGTON E 

16786 BURLINGTON B 

16778 HAW RIVER E 

16753 BURLINGTON E 

16581 BURLINGTON E 

16661 GRAHAM E 

16671 BURLINGTON E 

16805 HIDDENITE E 

16806 TAYLORSVILLE E 
11852 TAYLORSVILLE E 
11239 TAYLORSVILLE E 
12020 TAYLORSVILLE B 

16440 SPARTA B 
16987 SPARTA A 
16543 SPARTA D 
16517 ENNICE B 
16259 SPARTA C 
17308 SPARTA E 
16419 FLEETWOOD B 

16441 JEFFERSON C 
6139 LANSING C 
13757 JEFFERSON C 
13794 WEST JEFFERSON C 
16035 GLENDALE 
17346 PANTEGO E 
16047 LEWISTON B 
7784 FAYETTEVILLE B 
17323 SOUTHPORT B 
16697 HOLLY RIDGE C 
17322 SOUTHPORT E 
16915 LELAND E 
16445 BARNARDSVILLE E 
16415 ASHEVILLE E 
16555 ASHEVILLE E 
16702 ASHEVILLE E 
17285 ASHEVILLE E 
15844 FAIRVIEW E 
17384 ASHEVILLE E 
17383 ASHEVILLE E 
16111 ASHEVILLE E 
16234 LEICESTER B 
16340 ASHEVILLE E 
16032 MORGANTON E 
16770 VALDESE E 

16998 CONCORD E 

16999 KANNAPOLIS E 
16909 KANNAPOLIS E 
16911 CONCORD B 
17101 CONCORD B 
16917 KANNAPOLIS E 
16984 CONCORD E 
16832 CONCORD E 
15803 CONCORD E 
8511 GOLD HILL E 
8811 CONCORD E 

8815 CONCORD E 

8816 KANAPOLIS E 
14757 MT. PLEASANT B 
15027 CONCORD E 
15766 CONCORD E 



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12:3 



IN ADDITION 



CABAR 




16236 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


RODNEY HUFFMAN 


15783 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


CABAR 


G. RAIFORD TROUTMAN 


16567 


CONCORD 


D 


CABAR 




15810 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


RANDALL ALLEN 


15812 


MIDLAND 


E 


CABAR 


HUGH MORRISON 


15814 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 




16205 


CONCORD 


B 


CABAR 


JOHN MORRISON 


17150 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


ANDREW HUDSON 


16312 


CONCORD 


E 


CABAR 


MENDALL JORDAN 


16390 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


CABAR 


T.J. OVERBAY 


16409 


CONCORD 


D 


CABAR 


PAULA MORRISON 


15780 


MIDLAND 


E 


CALDW 


KEYE JONES ENV CONTROL MGR 


16218 


HUDSON 


E 


CALDW 


ROCHELLE CHISON 


16127 


HUDSON 


E 


CALDW 


TODD PREDDY 


16771 


LENOIR 


E 


CALDW 


JAYO. KNIGHT 


17339 


LENOIR 


E 


CALDW 


R.J. GARNES 


16527 


LENOIR 


E 


CAMDE 


DANNY STROUD 


16741 


CAMDEN 


E 


CARTE 


MR. T.H. POTTER JR. 


15938 


BEAUFORT 


E 


CARTE 


MR. MILLARD ARNOLD 


15937 


ATLANTIC BEACH 


E 


CARTE 


TOWN MGR. -JEFF WHITE 


17005 


NEWPORT 


E 


CARTE 


JAMES T. GILLIKEN 


16384 


BEAUFORT 


N/A 


CARTE 


UNKNOWN-ORPHAN 


17388 


MOREHEADCITY 


B 


CARTE 


PERCELL JONES 


16431 


MOREHEADCITY 


E 


CARTE 


MR. TOM POI lER 


15516 


MOREHEAD CITY 


D 


CARTE 


MR. SCOTT EDEN 


16560 


MOREHEAD CITY 


E 


CATAW 


RICHARD KING 


16960 


DENVER 


E 


CATAW 


BILL GRAHAM 


16966 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


MR. ALAN JARRETTT 


8784 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


KEN BEAL 


8733 


CATAWBA 


E 


CATAW 


FRANKLIN N. SAXON 


8439 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


MAX ABERNATHY 


15781 


NEWTON 


E 


CATAW 


CVCC FOUNDATION/THERESA BIGGS 


16841 


NEWTON 


B 


CATAW 


JIM JARRETT 


8436 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


J. C. JARRE 1 1 


16182 


CATAWBA 


E 


CATAW 


JACK LOCKHART 


8812 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


MARK HAWES 


16957 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


JILL PATTON 


16825 


LONGVIEW 


E 


CATAW 


LARRY SMITH TOYOTA, INC. 


16898 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


NANCY SEAGLE 


16505 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


CHARLIE SIMMONS 


16423 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


BOB CARSWELL 


16342 


HICKORY 


B 


CATAW 


REGGIE COCKMAN 


16330 


NEWTON 


B 


CATAW 


JIM JARRE 1 1 


16962 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


REGGIE COCKMAN 


16211 


NEWTON 


B 


CATAW 


EDWINA BLACK 


16965 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 


16958 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


PHILLIP PA! ION 


16959 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 




16961 


MAIDEN 


E 


CATAW 


EDITH SIGMON 


15763 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


DAVID HUNSUCKER 


16963 


CATAWBA 


B 


CATAW 


DICKBOLICK 


16964 


SHERRILLS FORD 


E 


CATAW 


SOUTHERN FURNITURE COMPANY 


16212 


CONOVER 


E 


CATAW 


CHRIS MCNUTT 


10913 


NEWTON 


E 


CATAW 


TED SMITH 


11588 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 




11419 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


RAY DEHART 


17137 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 




12655 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


GERALDINE WOODS 


17142 


HICKORY 


B 



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IN ADDITION 



CATAW 


SANFORD H CALDWELL ESTATE 


17380 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


GLEN RHONEY 


11088 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


GALE HALL 


10682 


CATAWBA 


C 


CATAW 


MR WADE STROUPE 


14351 


CONOVER 


B 


CATAW 


FRANK SOUTHERS 


10235 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


PAT AND RAY MAYNOR 


10240 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


FRANK SOUTHERS 


10236 


HICKORY 


E 


CATAW 


MIDSTATE OIL COMPANY 


10399 


HICKORY 


B 


CHATH 




16161 


SILERCITY 


E 


CHATH 


CHARLES L. BERRYMAN 


15929 


MONCURE 


E 


CHATH 


ERVIN ROUTH 


15946 


BENNETT 


E 


CHATH 


KEN CORNITZER 


15947 


PITTSBORO 


E 


CHATH 


MR. HAVREY BROWN 


16861 


BENNbl 1 


B 


CHATH 


DR. WILLIAM DAVIS 


16367 


PITTSBORO 


E 


CHATH 


JAY W. KING 


16025 


SILERCITY 


B 


CHERO 


ROBERT MIDDLEMAS 


16107 


ANDREWS 


E 


CLAY 


MR. ROBERT HYATT 


16654 


WARNE 


E 


CLEVE 


KAY PIERCY 


11044 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


ARLON & SANDRA WILSON 


16220 


LAWNDALE 


E 


CLEVE 




15761 


SHELBY 


E 


CLEVE 


JOEL WESSON 


10197 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


PETE WELCH 


11373 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


PAT CARTER 


11414 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


DAVID CLARY 


17240 


SHELBY 


D 


CLEVE 


MR. JAMES BROUGHTON 


16807 


SHELBY 


E 


CLEVE 


RONNIE HAMRICK 


16823 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


ROBERT SCISM 


8428 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


A.V. DEDMON 


14601 


SHELBY 


D 


CLEVE 




12181 


SHELBY 


D 


CLEVE 


SUNBELT PETROLEUM (RAY THOMAS) 


17140 


SHELBY 


D 


CLEVE 


BOBBY MCCRAIN MAINT. SUPERVISR 


15743 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


ROBERT ZIMMERMAN 


12988 


SHELBY 


D 


CLEVE 


JANICE HOVIS 


9312 


SHELBY 


C 


CLEVE 




8430 


KINGS MOUNTAIN 


E 


CLEVE 


LLOYD WILLIAMS, JR. 


15877 


SHELBY 


E 


CLEVE 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


17330 


SHELBY 


B 


CLEVE 


DEBORAH SAILORS 


15507 


CASAR 


D 


CLEVE 


KAY PIERCY 


9309 


SHELBY 


E 


CLEVE 


LLOYD WILLIAMS 


10226 


SHELBY 


E 


COLUM 


MR, AL LEONARD 


17182 


TABOR CITY 


E 


COLUM 




17317 


TABOR CITY 


E 


COLUM 




16686 


TABOR CITY 


B 


COLUM 


JERRY STEPHENS 


17119 


CHADBOURN 


E 


COLUM 


MR. BARNES 


17181 


WHITEVILLE 


E 


COLUM 


DONNA TURBEVILLE 


15882 


CHADBOURN 


E 


COLUM 


MS. DONNA TURBERVILLE 


15660 


CHADBOURNE 


E 


COLUM 


HUBERT KINLAW-MANAGER 


17134 


BOLTON 


B 


CRAVE 


JACK LEWIS 


16452 


NEW BERN 


E 


CUMBE 


BOBBY TAYLOR 


9042 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE 


JETHRO COE JR. 


16526 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE 


ROSE MARY SEMENZA 


16874 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


CUMBE 


JOHN BRITT 


16313 


FAYETTEVILLE 


B 


CUMBE 




16524 


FAYETTEVILLE 


E 


DARE 


DANIEL B. COUCH 


17168 


BUXTON 


B 


DAVID 




12902 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 




16178 


ARCADIA 


E 


DAVID 


GRADY HICKS 


16812 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 


ALLEN DENNY 


16258 


LEXINGTON 


C 


DAVID 


ALLEN BARNES 


17245 


DENTON 


E 


DAVID 


ROCHELLE CHISHOLM 


13788 


THOMASVILLE 


E 



145 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August I, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



DAVID 


ERIC MOTZNO 


16757 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 




14372 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 




14028 


THOMASVILLE 


E 


DAVID 




6144 


LEXINGTON 


E 


DAVID 


HAROLD KENNEDY 


11016 


THOMASVILLE 


D 


DAVIE 


CLAUDE HORN, PRESIDENT 


17306 


MOCKSVILLE 


E 


DAVIE 


WALTER H. SNYDER 


16456 


MOCKSVILLE 


B 


DAVIE 




13718 


MOCKSVILLE 


E 


DAVIE 


W. E. HOKE 


16402 


MOCKVILLE 


E 


DAVIE 


CAROLYN WAGNER 


17252 


MOCKSVILLE 


E 


DUPLI 


MR. RICKY THOMAS 


16734 


BEULAVILLE 


E 


DUPLI 


MR. H.F. RIVENBARK 


16692 


WALU\CE 


E 


DUPLI 


RICKY THOMAS-PRES. 


17399 


BEULAVILLE 


E 


DUPLI 


BILLY B. FUSSELL, PRES. 


17161 


ROSE HILL 


C 


DURHA 


DEBORAH BARKER 


15956 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


ESTATE OF L.L. DOWDY 


16859 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


JOHN B. AYCOCK 


16860 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


MR. VERNON WINGERT 


16360 


DURHAM 


D 


DURHA 


ELIZABETH HIGH (Z. HIGH EST.) 


16076 


DURHAM 


D 


DURHA 


LINCOLN COMMUNITY CTR. 


16716 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MR GARY TATE 


16169 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 




15933 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


DAYLON GREENE PROPERTY 


16714 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


HILLANDALE GOLF COURSE 


15954 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


ROBERT MCCORKLE 


16077 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


TOM LINDLEY 


15958 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


DAVID PUSATERI 


15959 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


JOHN WILLIAMS 


15960 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MS. EVA DAVIS 


16089 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


J. R. MCBROOM 


16023 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 




16192 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


JAMES J. WOODY 


15949 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


EASTLAND DEVELOPMENT GROUP 


17280 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


W.H. NICHOLSON 


16603 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MR. LEE S. BARNES, SR. 


16846 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


JAY COLVARD 


8198 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MR. VERNON WINGERT 


16168 


DURHAM 


D 


DURHA 


ALAN DENNY 


8372 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


DOUG SLAGEL 


16167 


MORRISVILLE 


E 


DURHA 


THOMAS W NEWSOM 


16170 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


WOODROW W. PA 1 1 ISHALL 


16365 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MR L A HARTWELL 


16148 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


NC NEWS COMPANY 


16717 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


RANDY STRICKLAND 


16486 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


DONNA ROWAN 


16476 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


MARY E. HAYWOOD 


17360 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


RALDIN LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 


16721 


DURHAM 


B 


DURHA 


DORRIS BRIDGES 


16086 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


GEORGE AND DENISE COFFIN 


16083 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


J.F. MEDLIN 


15930 


DURHAM 


E 


DURHA 


MARION ERWIN 


13386 


DURHAM 


E 


EDGEC 


BUDDY IVEY 


16288 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 




15923 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


EDGEC 


HAROLD LYNCH 


17374 


ROCKY MOUNT 


B 


FORSY 


HFCS TRANSPORT COMPANY 


16918 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




16696 


RURAL HALL 


E 


FORSY 


J. S. STRAIN 


16460 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


WILLIAM R. CLAYTON 


16463 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




16181 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



146 



IN ADDITION 



FORSY 


MILLWHITMORE 


16466 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


CHARLIE KING 


16578 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


DICKZEITVOGEL 


16579 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


PHIL WATSON 


16580 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




16338 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


HAROLD KENNEDY 


17331 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


CARL SATLEY 


17348 


CLEMMONS 


E 


FORSY 




14444 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




14434 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




14022 


WINSTON-SALEM 





FORSY 


PAUL R. WEBSTER, JR. 


17238 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


KEYE JONES 


17233 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


WAYNE SMITHERMAN 


17347 


PFAFFTOWN 


E 


FORSY 




12909 


WINSTON-SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




15824 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




16989 


KERNERSVILLE 


C 


FORSY 


PAUL OUELLETTE 


16060 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


FORSY 


TIMOTHY POPE 


16662 


WINSTON-SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




9919 


WINSTON SALEM 


C 


FORSY 




11012 


WINSTON-SALEM 


E 


FORSY 




10312 


WINSTON SALEM 





FRANK 




17372 


BUNN 


B 


FRANK 




16067 


LOUISBURG 


E 


FRANK 


MIKE HENDREN 


17220 


FRANKLiNTON 


B 


FRANK 


JOE DICKERSON 


16150 


LOUISBURG 


B 


FRANK 




15918 


LOUISBURG 


E 


FRANK 


HOWARD BRODIE 


15919 


FRANKLINTON 


E 


FRANK 




15920 


LOUISBURG 


B 


FRANK 


JIMMY JEFFERIES 


15969 


LOUISBURG 


C 


FRANK 


MRS FRANCES FULLER 


16091 


LOUISBURG 


E 


FRANK 


HENRY BALL 


16173 


PILOT 


E 


FRANK 


RICKY EDWARDS 


16142 


LOUISBURG 


B 


FRANK 


DR. STEVE A STADELMAN 


15916 


FRANKLINTON 


E 


GASTO 


RALPH ROBERTS 


16448 


MT. HOLLY 


E 


GASTO 


RANDY DELANEY 


15773 


GASTONIA 


B 


GASTO 


BILLY G. TOLBERT 


16343 


MOUNT HOLLY 


E 


GASTO 


HUBERT TANNER 


16354 


BELMONT 


E 


GASTO 


GLADYS CHAVIS 


16926 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


CONTACTJOE PARKULO 


15733 


GASTONIA 


A 


GASTO 


BOB BURRELL 


16388 


MT. HOLLY 


B 


GASTO 


MR. MICHAEL CLAGG, PRESIDENT 


15731 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 




8409 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


LARRY KESLER 


16432 


MT. HOLLY 


E 


GASTO 


C/0 POYNER & SPRUILL 


16950 


RIVERBEND 


E 


GASTO 


HUGH BEVERIDGE 


9303 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


TO. HOWE C/0 J.BEN MORROW P.A 


14271 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


WADE STROUPE 


8414 


CHERRYVILLE 


B 


GASTO 


KEYE JONES 


16499 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


C. MARTIN PEARSON 


9667 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


KEN HUBBARD 


9668 


DALLAS 


B 


GASTO 


DANNY COLE 


12831 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


JAN YANDLE 


16417 


BESSEMER CITY 


E 


GASTO 


JOE JACOBS 


16956 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


W.R. HOVIS 


16027 


BESSEMER CITY 


D 


GASTO 


KATHLEEN SCHEUTZOW 


16030 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


STEVE WILKINS 


16050 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 




8527 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


ORA BELLE JENKINS 


16782 


DALLAS 


E 


GASTO 


MALCOLM MITCHELL, PRESIDENT 


16123 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


AUTREYBARREIl 


16799 


BELMONT 


B 



147 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



GASTO 


TEDDY JOHNSON 


15774 


HIGH SHOALS 


8 


GASTO 


TODD PREDDY 


16976 


BELMONT 


E 


GASTO 


THOMAS ALSTON 


16334 


RANLO 


E 


GASTO 


DAVID GILMORE 


16955 


GASTON 1 A 


E 


GASTO 


CAROSTATE 


16954 


RANLO 


E 


GASTO 


BUDDY CAROTHERS 


16953 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


JANICE HOVICE, CITY MANAGER 


16221 


CHERRYVILLE 


E 


GASTO 


GRADY KENNINGTON 


16952 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


STEVEN G. STRICKLAND 


16951 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


SAM L. ROBINSON 


16247 


GASTONIA 


D 


GASTO 


MR MARK ROBERTS 


15775 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


WEST AVENUE PRESBYTERIAN CHURC 


8488 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


COYTE PATTERSON 


17153 


MOUNT HOLLY 


D 


GASTO 




8406 


GATONIA 


E 


GASTO 


BRIAN GOGGIN 


11854 


BELMONT 


E 


GASTO 


GASTON RENTALS, INC. 


10357 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


C. MARTIN PEARSON 


11280 


GASTONIA 


E 


GASTO 


MICHAEL STONEMAN 


10156 


BLEMONT 


E 


GASTO 


DAVID BLAKE 


11753 


GASTONIA 


E 


GRAHA 


WARNER DAYTON MANAGER 


17248 




E 


GRANV 


STEVE COUCH 


16593 


CREEDMORE 


B 


GRANV 


DONALD R. LANE 


16018 


STEM 


E 


GRANV 


R. DAVID NOEL 


16848 


OXFORD 


B 


GRANV 


L. CLEMENT YANCEY 


17276 


OXFORD 


E 


GRANV 




8205 


OXFORD 


E 


GRANV 


BLALOCK MOTOR COMPANY 


16478 


OXFORD 


E 


GUILF 


CARL C. BATES 


16678 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 


ANNE BATTLE 


16345 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


WANDA GARDNER 


16346 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 


JACK ROBERTS 


16436 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




16680 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




14869 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


LEONARD RADER 


17304 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


EDDIE MCGEE 


15752 


STOKESDALE 


B 


GUILF 


WAYNE SIMPSON 


17302 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


DAN MARTIN 


16303 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


WALTER THOMAS 


15312 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 


D.H. GRIFFIN 


16397 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 




15325 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


ELOISE HOLT 


16399 


GREENSBORO 


E ^ 


GUILF 


SUSAN KAUFMAN 


10347 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


HENRY REEVES 


16349 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


GENERAL SERVICES 


16224 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




16633 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


PETE OVERTON 


17187 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


JACK SUTTON 


16102 


PLEASANT GARDEN 


B 


GUILF 




16101 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 




17320 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




16100 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


WILLIAM CREWS 


16097 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 


F.P. BODENHEIMER, JR. 


16618 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


CLARENCE HAYDEN 


17351 


JULIAN 


B 


GUILF 


BOB WHELEN 


16223 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


PROJECT MAANGER/LARRY CLARK 


16942 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 


STEPHEN WEAVIL 


16225 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


TODD PREDDY 


16229 


GREENSBORO 


D 


GUILF 


KENNETH LEE 


16892 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


FOIL ESTATE, JOSEPH 


16789 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


JIM FANNIN 


16245 


GREENSBORO 


E 



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NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August I, 1997 



148 



IN ADDITION 



GUILF 


J.W. MORGAN 


16336 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 


WOODROW BARROW 


17350 


JULIAN 


B 


GUILF 


JIM HEDGELOCK 


16437 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 


BARRY GORDON 


16617 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


THELMA KIRK 


16682 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


CAROL ARMSTRONG 


16034 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


GARLAND PHILLIPS 


16347 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


SOUTHERN WASTE PAPER-DISSOLVED 


13876 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


TIMOTHY BROOKS HENLEY 


16511 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


GEORGE BRESLOW 


16513 


HIGH POINT 


C 


GUILF 


HILDA PREFONTAINE 


16438 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


GENE HOOPER 


16515 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


JAMES T. BRYANT 


16516 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


ELLIE BOHLKIN 


16039 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


UNKNOWN 


16446 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


SCOTT HARTSELL 


16037 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




8687 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 




16573 


WINSTON SALEM 


E 


GUILF 




13864 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 




17194 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 




12734 


HIGH POINT 


E 


GUILF 




16991 


GREENSBORO 


E 


GUILF 


RUBY WAYNICK 


16439 


GREENSBORO 


B 


GUILF 




12202 


GREENSBORO 


in 


HALIF 


TOM WALL 


15962 


ENFIELD 


E 


HALF 


C.W. AMAN 


17208 


WELDON 


E 


HALIF 


RAYTIPPEI IE 


15974 


RINGWOOD 


B 


HALIF 


JULES KLUGER 


15970 


ENFIELD 


E 


HALIF 


JAMES HOWARD 


15967 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 


E 


HALIF 


WALLACE AMAN 


16488 


Lll ILETON 


E 


HALIF 


FRANK MOUNTFORD 


17362 


ENFIELD 


D 


HALIF 




15963 


ENFIELD 


E 


HALIF 


C.W. AMAN 


17209 


ROANOKE RAPIDS 


E 


HALIF 


SARAH HARRISON 


14794 


ENFIELD 


E 


HARNE 


BUD TAYLOR 


8132 


ANGIER 


E 


HARNE 


CAROL WRENN 


16993 


DUNN 


B 


HARNE 


CHARLES DAVIS 


7763 


ERWIN 


E 


HAYWO 


CHARLES W. HENSON 


16126 


CANTON 


E 


HAYWO 


DENISE LEE 


16728 


CANTON 


E 


HENDE 


TODD SHERMAN 


16380 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


RICHARD E. BAKER, JR. 


16470 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


JIM HARRIS, CHR. BLDG. COMM. 


17261 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


CECIL GARREI 1 


16231 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


KENNETH YOUNGBLOOD 


16905 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


CONTACT/KAREN RHYME 


16904 


HENDERSONVILLE 


E 


HENDE 


LYNDA GORTE 


16053 


FLETCHER 


E 


HERTF 


RUSSELL OVERMAN 


16615 


AHOSKIE 


E 


HERTF 


ROBERT S. BRADY 


16545 


WINTON 


B 


IREDE 


LESTER VANDEMARK 


16497 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


PARKS JONES 


15785 


HARMONY 


E 


IREDE 


RICJARD BAHRE 


15684 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




11999 


STATESVILLE 


D 


IREDE 




14269 


STATESVILLE 


B 


IREDE 




8424 


HARMONY 


E 


IREDE 




8489 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




8419 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 




14172 


STATESVILLE 


E 


IREDE 


UNKNOWN 


14722 


STATESVILLE 


E 


JOHNS 


TALMADGE BARNES 


17277 


ARCHERS LODGE 


B 


JOHNS 


MARK TOMYN 


16163 


SMITHFIELD 


E 



149 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



JOHNS 


GERALDINE M. TART 


15972 


BENSON 


B 


JOHNS 


SUSAN SHARPE 


16722 


SELMA 


B 


JOHNS 


RAY AND GATHY HOGG 


16132 


GLAYTON 


E 


JOHNS 


ROBERT LIPPINGOTT 


15975 


GLAYTON 


B 


JOHNS 


MR. T.W. SHIRLEY 


17212 


SMITHFIELD 


E 


JOHNS 


RIGKY RIGHARDSON 


16599 


KENLY 


E 


JOHNS 


F.G. HODGSON 


15973 


GLAYTON 


B 


JOHNS 


WALTER POWELL 


16493 


KENLY 


E 


JOHNS 


DONALD M. ELMORE 


16363 


SMITHFIELD 


E 


JONES 


GHRIS BALLARD 


16264 


POLLOGKSVILLE 


B 


LEE 


MARK STEWART 


16719 


SANFORD 


B 


LEE 




17296 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


JOHN P. ROSSER 


16019 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


GAROLINA BY-PRODUGTS 


15971 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


RODNEY W. MYERS 


16164 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


TONY LETT 


15980 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


MARK STEWART 


16720 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


ROBERT GHIPMAN 


16725 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


DON WORSLEY 


16723 


SANFORD 


D 


LEE 




15914 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


EARNESTINE SEAGROVE 


16724 


SANFORD 


B 


LEE 


TOM ESHBACH 


15978 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


NGDEHNR 


15976 


SANFORD 


B 


LEE 


JAMES STONE 


15909 


SANFORD 


E 


LEE 


MR. TODD PREDDY 


15911 


SANFORD 


E 


LENOI 


DARRELL GUMMINGS 


16451 


GRIFTON 


D 


LENOI 


JIMMY TYER 


16430 


KINSTON 


E 


LINGO 


KEYE JONES 


15868 


VALE 


B 


LINGO 


PAUL BEDENBAUGH 


10772 


LINCOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


THOMAS G. SEAGLE, III 


15876 


LOWESVILLE 


E 


LINGO 


EDDIE LONG 


16549 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


EDDIE HOWARD 


5479 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


JAY W. KING 


16800 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


GLIFF AUTON 


16816 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


MIKE ROYSTER 


15758 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


GHARLES EUREY 


11279 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


NEAL BUFF 


11118 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


BILL MASSEY 


16819 


LINGOLNTON 


B 


LINGO 


GREG STROUPE 


16817 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 




8521 


LINGOLNTON 


E 


LINGO 


KATHEY BARKER ROHR 


10991 


DENVER 


B 


MAGON 


RIGHARD MGNEAL 


17340 


FRANKLIN 


E 


MARTI 


JOHN M. BURNS 


7836 


JAMESVILLE 


B 


MARTI 


WILLIAM A. HARKINS 


16262 


WILLIAMSTON 


E 


MARTI 


LEDA GOREY 


16614 


JAMESVILLE 


B 


MGDOW 


MRS. PAUL NUNNALLY 


16379 


MARION 


E 


MGDOW 


JAMES HAYNES 


16804 


MARION 


E 


MGDOW 


WAYNE BUFF 


16233 


MARION 


B 


MEGKL 


UNKNOWN 


8652 


GHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MEGKL 


GOLD GIRGLE STORES 


8644 


GHARLO 1 1 b 


E 


MEGKL 


GOLD GIRGLE STORES 


8643 


GHARLOTTE 


E 


MEGKL 


OWNER PRIOR TO ROAGH? 


8642 




E 


MEGKL 


WAYNE STOWE 


8616 


DAVIDSON 


E 


MEGKL 


MS. EVELYN GRAVES 


15828 


GHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MEGKL 


MR. MARK JOHNSON 


8641 


GHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MEGKL 


TO BE DETERMINED 


8560 


GHARLO 1 IE 


B 


MEGKL 


SEE NOTES 


8762 


GHARLOTTE 


E 


MEGKL 


HENRY GYAMFI 


16994 


GHARLOTTE 


E 


MEGKL 


AGG ENTERPRISES 


8570 


GHARLOTTE 


E 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



150 



IN ADDITION 



MECKL 


MR. GARY BARRETT 


8628 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


B & K INVESTMENT COMPANY 


8793 


CHARLOI lb 


E 


MECKL 


MR. GARY BARRETT 


8623 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DICK ST. JOHN 


17246 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


MS. GAIL HOWELL 


8756 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


THE EDGE GROUP 


8620 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


FRANK MEDLIN 


16831 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


15831 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


PHILLIP HARRISON 


15767 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVE BELIN 


15765 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


PHILIP KADALA 


17106 


SALISBURY 


E 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR 


17154 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVE ALLEN 


15728 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


BOB FISHER 


15722 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


14708 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN SO STF LEAD 


14523 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


B 


MECKL 




16830 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. BILL SOUTHERLAND 


9120 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


NCDOT 


15777 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


MR. STEVE WARREN 


14192 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


MR. PETER OVERTON 


15787 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


BEST BUY TIRES 


13990 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


MS MICHELLE GREGOR 


11536 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. MIKE SMITH 


13811 


CHARLOI lb 


E 


MECKL 


MICHELLE GREGOR, P.E. 


17122 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ROGER TAYLOR 


17123 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. R.W. LEWANDOWSKI 


16833 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. R.W. LEWANDOWSKI 


16834 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JEFF BARNES . 


16838 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ASHLEY MCKENZIE 


17136 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. ED THOMPSON 


16839 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


JIME& LEIGH ISLEY 


16840 


HUNTERSVILLE 


E 


MECKL 




17139 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


11465 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


STEVE ALLEN 


17178 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DONALD B HAMMILL 


15880 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. MICHELLE GREGOR 


10746 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




15879 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ANTHONY L BRADEN 


15870 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. SUSAN SHARP 


15866 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. FRANK NANCE 


15865 


CHARLO ME 


E 


MECKL 


AT&T COMMUNICATIONS 


15862 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. JOHN FRAZIER 


15853 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. CHRIS BRANCH 


15848 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 




15846 


CHARLOI lb 


E 


MECKL 




17180 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


SMITH, CLARENCE W. & PEGGY C. 


15770 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




15842 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


FIRST UNION(CURTIS BEAL) 


16867 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


KATHLEEN SCHEUTZON 


15839 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


CD. HALLMAN 


17176 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


BILL JOHNS 


15838 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


PAUL BEAVER 


15837 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


MIKE RHYNE 


15832 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. DAVID CHAMBERS 


15829 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DAN YATES 


15821 


CHARLOI IE 


D 


MECKL 


RALPH GRANT 


15819 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ME. JOHNSON 


15818 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MULTIMEDIA CORPORATION 


15816 


CHARLOI IE 


E 


MECKL 


DOUG SIK KIM 


15794 


CHARLOTTE 


E 



151 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



12:3 





IN ADDITION 






MECKL 


TOC RETAIL 


15790 


CHARLO 1 1 E 


E 


MECKL 


KATHLEEN SCHRUTZON 


15845 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. M. L. JONES 


16562 


PINEVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. BRENDA HELMS 


16729 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ERIC ANF JIMMY CUNNINGHAM 


16051 


CHARLO 1 lb 


E 


MECKL 




16204 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




16122 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


CAROLINA CENTRAL BANK 


16973 


CHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MECKL 


CHARLES E. HULSY 


16946 


MATHEWS 


D 


MECKL 


EDWIN BACK, DIR. OF QUALITY AS 


16565 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


STEPHEN ALLEN 


16202 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


RICHARD E. MARSH 


16561 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. BOBBY FUNDERBURK 


16333 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


UNKNOWN 


16529 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


ALLEN MCAULAY 


16197 


HUNTERSVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. BILL TOME 


16124 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 




16206 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. TROY BRANTLEY 


16391 


PINEVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


MS. EDNA CAYTON 


16977 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. MATTHEW GILMORE 


16868 


CHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MECKL 


C.C. LEOANRD 


16670 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


DOUG KING 


16945 


CHARLOTTE 


B 


MECKL 


JOHN GRANT 


16646 


CHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MECKL 


RAY HOGUE 


16931 


CHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MECKL 


KEYE JONES 


16300 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


J. J. MACKKAY 


16924 


HUNTERSVILLE 


E 


MECKL 


MR. BILL JOHNS 


16920 


CHARLO 1 lb 


E 


MECKL 


MR. EDWARD KLINE 


16921 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


GLORIA COLLIER 


16935 


CHARLOTTE 


E 


MECKL 


GARY RISSE, ENVIR. ENG. 


16637 


CHARLO 1 IE 


E 


MITCH 


BOB LEONARD 


16531 


BULADEAN 


E 


MITCH 


KEYE JONES, ENV CONTROL MGR 


16219 


SPRUCE PINE 


E 


MITCH 


CHIP GOULD 


16552 


SPRUCE PINE 


E 


MONTG 


NC DEPT. CULTURAL RESOURCES 


16322 


MT. GILEAD 


E 


MONTG 


KAY MCCALLUM 


7942 


TROY 


E 


MOORE 


BILL LUCK 


16606 


ABERDEEN 


E 


MOORE 


PAUL TAYLOR 


16796 


ABERDEEN 


E 


MOORE 


BRUCE BRIDGES 


17001 


ROBBINS 


E 


MOORE 


JIMMY DAVIS 


7940 


ROBBINS 


E 


MOORE 


LESLEY HAY WILSON 


9342 


CARTHAGE 


E 


NASH 


JAMES E. RABIL 


15935 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


NASH 


MS. SABINA FINNEGAN 


16130 


SPRING HOPE 


E 


NASH 




15906 


ELM CITY 


B 


NASH 


H. C. SHERARIN, JR. 


16482 


ROCKY MOUNT 


B 


NASH 


SAM FLOWERS 


15904 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


NASH 


DANA & IDA ZIMMERMAN 


16856 


STANHOPE 


B 


NASH 


BART BROMLEY 


15907 


SPRING HOPE 


E 


NASH 




17368 


NASHVILLE 


E 


NASH 


BOBBY JOYCE 


16071 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


NASH 


ROBERT WATSON 


16139 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


NASH 


ROBERT BURTON(ATTORNEY-IN-RES) 


15756 


ROCKY MOUNT 


D 


NASH 


SABINA JONES 


16085 


SPRING HOPE 


E 


NASH 


WAYNE J LAND 


16021 


NASHVILLE 


E 


NASH 


MICHAEL WELLS 


12317 


SHARPSBURG 


E 


NASH 


ELWOOD MIXON 


17133 


ROCKY MOUNT 


E 


NASH 


YVONNE JONES 


17214 


GOLD ROCK 


B 


NEWH 


H. LAYTON BEDSOLE, JR. 


17345 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


JON BURT 


17291 


WILMINGTON 


A 


NEWHA 


MR. K.D.JONES 


17143 


WILMINGTON 


E 



12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER 



August 1, 1997 



152 



IN ADDITION 



NEWHA 


LINDA PIEDT 


16295 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. HERB ELLINGTON 


8263 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


BILL ESTES 


17116 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 




16296 


CASTLE HAYNE 


E 


NEWHA 


JAY GERALD 


16590 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


J.H. MOORE, SUPERINTENDENT 


16735 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NEWHA 


MR. MATTHEW GILMORE 


17314 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


COASTAL BEVERAGE CO., INC. 


16913 


WIMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


UNKNOWN 


16381 


WILMINGTON 


N/A 


NEWHA 


MICHAEL MEANS 


17117 


WILMINGTON 


B 


NEWHA 


H.E. BEAKER, PUBLIC WORKS DIR. 


17118 


KURE BEACH 


B 


NEWHA 




16978 


FOLKSTONE 


B 


NEWHA 


DAVID C. TUCKER 


16269 


WILMINGTON 


E 


NORTH 


TERRANCE EVANS 


16364 


CONWAY 


8 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


16487 


WOODLAND 


E 


NORTH 


C.W. AMAN 


16847 


GARYSBURG 


E 


NORTH 


DIANNE HOWES 


15986 


JACKSON 


E 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


17227 


RICH SQUARE 


B 


NORTH 


FRANK WILLIAMS 


17228 


WOODLAND 


D 


ONSLO 


JOHN WILEY 


16980 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




16059 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16058 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16057 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. DOUGLASS BARREI I 


8116 


RICHLANDS 


E 


ONSLO 




16045 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16044 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


D 


ONSLO 




16043 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. BOBBY WILLIAMS 


17183 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




16031 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16294 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. DONQUINN 


16685 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 


MR. MANUEL IRIZARRY 


16428 


HOLLY RIDGE 


B 


ONSLO 


MR. DONQUINN 


9863 


SWANSBORO 


D 


ONSLO 




16444 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




15849 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 


BUDDY POPE/KAYE THOMPSON 


17095 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


B 


ONSLO 




15850 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16311 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


E 


ONSLO 




16496 


JACKSONVILLE 


B 


ONSLO 


MS. KAY GEREHART 


16385 


JACKSONVILLE 


E 


ONSLO 




16128 


CAMP LEJEUNE 


B 


ORANG 


MARILYN G. REGAN 


16851 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 


DENNIS & JEAN HENDRICKSON 


17361 


CHAPEL HILL 


B 


ORANG 


L. W. PRITCHETTJR. 


16289 


CHAPEL HILL 


B 


ORANG 


ELLEN G. HOGAN 


16584 


CARRBORO 


B 


ORANG 


ROBERT WALTON 


16598 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 


LOIS MINIS 


16285 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


ORANG 




15983 


HILLSBOROUGH 


E 


ORANG 


MCLEOD OIL COMPANY 


16858 


HILLSBORUGH 


D 


ORANG 


HOMEPLACE DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 


16087 


CHAPEL HILL 


E 


PENDE 


CECIL WORSLEY, JR. 


16689 


CURRIE 


B 


PENDE 


MS. CLARA BROTHERS 


15843 


BURGAW 


E 


PENDE 


MR. W.S. WOODCOCK 


16996 


ATKINSON 


B 


PERSO 


MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT 


16369 


ROXBORO 


E 


PERSO 


HENDLEY OIL COMPANY OF DURHAM 


16709 


ROXBORO 


E 


PERSO 


JAMES LILLARD 


15991 


ROXBORO 


E 


PERSO 


BILL MCFARLAND 


15951 


ROUGEMONT 


B 


PERSO 


DANNY LONG 


15994 


ROXBORO 


B 


PITT 


JOYCE DUNLAP 


17385 


FARMVILLE 


D 


Pll 1 


J. C. THOMAS 


15748 


GREENVILLE 


E 



153 



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August 1, 1997 



12:3 



IN ADDITION 



Pll 1 


EDITH OLIVEIRA 


16406 


GREENSVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JAMES MERRII 1 


16110 


GREENVILLE 


C 


PITT 


MR. TOMMIE LITTLE 


17167 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


TOM CARAWAN 


16727 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JAMES E. CLEMENT 


16762 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JESSE TART 


17344 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


TOM CRACAS 


16405 


GREENVILLE 


B 


PITT 


MELISSA BELL 


16046 


GRIMESLAND 


B 


Pll 1 


EUGENE AYERS 


17297 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


LEON HARDEE 


16518 


GREENVILLE 


D 


PITT 


RONALD FAISON, EQUP. SUPRTD 


16901 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


JOSEPHINE CARNEY 


16912 


GREENVILLE 


E 


Pll 1 


MS, PHOEBE M. DAIL 


17253 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


ROSSBENNEI 1 


16665 


GREENVILLE 


E 


Pll 1 


ROBERT LAMB 


17128 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


GRANT HURST 


16454 


GREENVILLE 


E 


PITT 


DOROTHY TRIPP 


16845 


GREENVILLE 


E 


POLK 


HAROLD BURRELL 


17398 


COLUMBUS 


E 


POLK 




16414 


COLUMBUS 


E 


RANDO 




3616 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 


ALLEN KERNS 


15221 


LIBERTY 


B 


RANDO 


STEVE SHEEN 


16577 


TRINITY 


C 


RANDO 




13162 


COLERIDGE 


D 


RANDO 




13699 


LIBERTY 


E 


RANDO 


DUMONT BUNKER 


16061 


ASHEBORO 


B 


RANDO 


KENDALL HEALTH CARE PRODUCTS 


16941 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 


DUMONT BUNKER 


16691 


ASHEBORO 


N/A 


RANDO 




14462 


ASHEBORO 


E 


RANDO 


RANDOLPH COUNTY SCHOOLS 


16569 


FRANKLINVILLE 


E 


RANDO 


WORTH HATLEY 


17190 


TRINITY 


B 


RICHM 




16328 


ROCKINGHAM 


E 


RICHM 


UNKNOWN 


9794 


HAMLET 


E 


RICHM 


W. RAYMOND MARKS 


7766 


ROCKINGHAM 


E 


ROBES 


MS. KAREN RHYNE 


16785 


PEMBROKE 


E 


ROBES 


EARL WILSON 


7955 


LUMBERTON 


E 


ROBES 


JOHN CALHOUN 


7727 


LUMBERTON 


E 


ROBES 


DON STONE FARMS 


11634 


MAXTON 


E 


ROBES 


TED R TYNER (DEHNR) 


9449 


PEMBROKE 


A 


ROBES 


JAMES JOHNSON 


9403 


ROWLAND 


E 


ROBES 


CLOSED OUT (CHAMBERS BIGGS) 


7935 


LUMBERTON 


E 


ROCKI 


LOVE OIL COMPANY 


17050 


REIDSVILLE 


D 


ROCKI 




16787 


MADISON 


E 


ROCKI 




13556 


REIDSVILLE 


C 


ROCKI 


WYATT EARLY HARRIS 


16177 


ASHEBORO 


E 


ROCKI 


REIDTEAGUE 


16886 


EDEN 


C 


ROCKI 


EDEN OIL CO., INC, 


16972 


RUFFIN 


E 


ROCKI 


PERFETTI TRUCKING 


16683 


REIDSVILLE 


E 


ROCKI 


JERRY SPARKS 


15389 


MADISON 


B 


ROWAN 


LYNN TREECE 


14212 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


EDWIN HEDGE 


17097 


SPENCER 


E 


ROWAN 


UNKNOWN 


8576 


KANNAPOLIS 


E 


ROWAN 


CRAVEN SLOOP 


16628 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DAVE HOLDING 


15789 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


??? 


16239 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


CARL SLOOP 


17107 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


BILL JARRETT 


16781 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


MILLARD GOODNIGHT 


15793 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


TOWNE MALL C/O 


17283 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DALLAS EDMUNDSON 


17310 


SALISBURY 


E 



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IN ADDITION 



ROWAN 


DON CONNER 


16629 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DAVE HOLDING 


17164 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


PAT BAKER 


17102 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


JOHN GULP 


17108 


ROCKWELL 


E 


ROWAN 


JOE WILSON 


17109 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


EDWIN HEDGE 


17110 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


KJI KELLY 


17298 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


DAVE HOLDING 


8809 




B 


ROWAN 


CURTIS RAY BALLARD 


17115 


CHINA GROVE 


B 


ROWAN 


ALLAN YATES 


17105 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


N/A 


16672 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 




17290 




E 


ROWAN 


MIKE LLOYD 


17113 


GRANITE QUARRY 


E 


ROWAN 


KEN PETERSON 


16048 


SALISBURY 


B 


ROWAN 


UNKNOWN 


14224 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


WILLIAM SHIPTON 


17099 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


ROBERT KLUTZ 


17104 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


TOMMY HAMLETT 


17111 


SALISBURY 


E 


ROWAN 


JAMES D. SHUMAKER 


17098 


SALISBURY 


E 


RUTHE 


JAMES HAYNES MGR. 


16278 


FOREST CITY 


E 


RUTHE 


DEBBIE SAILORS 


11721 


MOORESBORO 


B 


RUTHE 


JAMES HAYNES, MGR. 


16232 


FOREST CITY 


E 


RUTHE 


JEFFREY WELLS 


15746 


CLIFFSIDE 


E 


RUTHE 


BEN TRULL 


16532 


SPINDALE 


E 


RUTHE 


ANDREW DAVID PATRICK 


16049 


FOREST CITY 


B 


RUTHE 


JACKIE AND CINDY DOVER 


16033 


FOREST CITY 


E 


SAMPS 


STEVE STEFANOVICH 


7965 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 


CLOSED OUT (CLINTON TIRE) 


7959 


CLINTON 


E 


SAMPS 


WILLIAM OWEN 


16878 


CLINTON 


E 


SCOTL 


CHARLES D LOCKLEAR 


16323 


MAXTON 


E 


SCOTL 


SCOTLAND OIL COMPANY 


16329 


LAURINBURG 


E 


STANL 


TOM PRESSLEY 


10633 


STANFIELD 


B 


STANL 


LINDA CHANEY 


16533 


STANFIELD 


B 


STANL 


KEYE JONES 


10030 


LOCUST 


E 


STANL 




10947 


ALBEMARLE 


B 


STANL 


ANNA BELLE EFIRD 


16568 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 


ROBERT WHITLEY 


9076 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 




16281 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 


GLENN BAUCOM 


15749 


OAKBORO 


E 


STANL 


R.D. LOWDER (DECEASED) STF 


15160 


MILLINGPORT 


B 


STANL 


KENT NEWPORT 


8841 


ALBEMARLE 


E 


STANL 


CHEROKEE SANFORD GROUP 


8810 


NORWOOD 


E 


STANL 


LUTHER GORDON 


17329 


ALBEMARLE 


B 


SURRY 


NCDOT 


17200 


MOUNT AIRY 


E 


SURRY 


J. WESLEY COLLINS 


17395 


MOUNT AIRY 


E 


SURRY 




12942 


MTAIRY 


D 


SURRY 


RICK CAUDLE 


16582 


ELKIN 


E 


SURRY 




12696 


ELKIN 


C 


SURRY 


TOM MCKNIGHT 


17352 


DOBSON 


E 


UNION 


CHARLIE MULLIS 


15822 


MONROE 


B 


UNION 


BANKS GARRISON 


15813 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


JOHN PRUITT (DECEASED) 


15782 


MONROE 


B 


UNION 


CLARA MILLS 


16623 


MARSHVILLE 


E 


UNION 




15809 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


JACK STEGALL 


15796 


INDIAN TRAIL 


B 


UNION 


SOUTH CENTRAL OIL CO. 


15833 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


DON HOLMSTROM 


10636 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 




15797 


WAXHAW 


E 


UNION 




15798 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


RONNIE THOMAS 


17338 


MONROE 


D 



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IN ADDITION 



UNION 


JOHN HENDLEYA/IRGINIA SQUIRES 


16660 


STALLINGS 


A 


UNION 




15799 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


ESTATE OF LONA T. HELMS 


15801 


MONROE 


D 


UNION 


JOHN HENDLEY 


15802 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 




15806 


MONROE 


B 


UNION 




14214 


STALLINGS 


E 


UNION 




16501 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


OLIN FURR 


16500 


WINGATE 


E 


UNION 




12028 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


BANKS GARRISON 


8499 


INDIAN TRAIL 


D 


UNION 




7089 


MONROE 


E 


UNION 


GORDON PLYLER 


15804 


MARSHVILLE 


E 


UNION 


BANKS GARRISON 


15762 


INDIAN TRAIL 


B 


UNION 


JOHN HENDLEY 


16473 


MONROE 


B 


UNION 




15730 


BAKERS 


E 


UNION 


ROBERT MILLS 


15873 




B 


UNION 


ROBERT MILLS 


15872 




E 


UNION 




8799 


WINGATE 


E 


UNION 


JOHN HENDLEY 


12928 


WAXHAW 


B 


UNION 




8541 


MONROE 


E 


VANCE 


JOHN VERNON 


16075 


TOWNSVILLE 


B 


VANCE 


V. OTHO DODD TRUST/CENTURA BAN 


17218 


HENDERSON 


B 


VANCE 


TERRY ELLENWOOD 


16479 


HENDERSON 


B 


VANCE 




16283 


HENDERSON 


E 


WAKE 


ALAN SEESE 


8067 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


WAKE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 


17282 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


DONNA CARLSON 


15948 


APEX 


B 


WAKE 


DON CLARK 


16594 


RALEIGH . 


E 


WAKE 


MR. NICHOLSON 


15995 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


DANIEL A. ERWIN 


15996 


APEX 


E 


WAKE 


CRAIG BROOM 


15999 


ZEBULON 


E 


WAKE 




16000 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


ROLAND GAMMON, III 


16003 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 




16004 


CARY 


E 


WAKE 




16007 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


KENNETH JARVIS, SR. 


16008 


APEX 


E 


WAKE 




16158 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


RDU AIRPORT AUTHORITY 


16010 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


J. W. WEAVER 


16597 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


ESTATE OF FRANCES NIPPER 


17376 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


C. RUSSELL GOODWIN 


16484 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


CAPITAL TOWERS 


16137 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


THOMAS H. KOSEL 


16073 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


JAY W. KING 


16175 


APEX 


E 


WAKE 




16084 


APEX 


E 


WAKE 


DAN AUSTIN 


16088 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


HARRY DAVIDSON 


16141 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


RAYMOND PARTNERS 


16145 


RALEIGH 


D 


WAKE 


MR. SPENCE H BROADHURST 


16156 


ROLESVILLE 


D 


WAKE 




16009 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


KENAN OIL COMPANY, INC. 


17367 


HOLLY SPRINGS 


D 


WAKE 


CLARENCE A. ROBERTS 


17375 


WENDELL 


B 


WAKE 


N.R. GILL 


17373 


ZEBULON 


E 


WAKE 




12602 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


STEVE STEIGERWALD 


17211 


FUQUAY 


B 


WAKE 


CIRCLE K STORES, INC. 


17219 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


BEN SHEETS 


17221 


FUQUAY-VARINA 


E 


WAKE 


EDDIE SELLS 


17223 


APEX 


B 


WAKE 


LOCKHART ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 


16855 


KNIGHTDALE 


B 



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IN ADDITION 






WAKE 


BYRA BROTHERS 


16712 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


LIZA BROCK 


17371 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


HELEN B. NORWOOD 


16595 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


DOROTHY RITTER 


17369 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


GALEN SMITH 


16596 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


RIBERIO, KEN & FAY 


17365 


APEX 


D 


WAKE 


SAMUEL LONGIOI II 


17359 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


JERRY ELLISBERG 


17268 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


IDA K. LEAGAN 


17271 


FUQUAY-VARINA 


B 


WAKE 


SPLAWN& HEIRS 


17275 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


J.C. HORTMAN 


15895 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


JAY W KING 


15897 


FUQUAY VARINA 


E 


WAKE 


JIMMY SHACKELFORD 


16600 


RALEIGH 


B 


WAKE 


MR. DIXON BUNT 


15902 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


AMY MUGGINS REAL ESTATE 


15905 


CARY 


E 


WAKE 


SANDRA BAILEY 


16017 


RALEIGH 


E 


WAKE 


ROBERT MITCHENER 


17370 


RALEIGH 


D 


WARRE 


SELBY G. BENTON 


15950 


MACON 


B 


WARRE 




16074 


WARRENTON 


E 


WARRE 


JOHN VERNON 


16015 


WARRENTON 


E 


WAS HI 


ERIC MOTZNO 


16928 


CRESWELL 


B 


WATAU 


KERN'S BAKERIES 


16754 


BOONE 


E 


WATAU 


BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUCATIONS 


16425 


BOONE 


E 


WATAU 


BELL SOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS 


16756 


BLOWING ROCK 


E 


WATAU 


USDI/NAT PRK SERVICE 


17396 




C 


WAYNE 


J. T. SAULS 


16690 


EUREKA 


E 


WILKE 


STEVE HALL 


16811 


WILKESBORO 


C 


WILKE 


ALAN JOHNSON 


12959 


N. WILKESBORO 


E 


WILKE 




12936 


WILKESBORO 


D 


WILKE 


ALAN JOHNSON 


12788 


HAYS 





WILKE 




13494 


WILKESBORO 


D 


WILSO 


LUTHER JONES 


16016 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


RONEY WILLIAMSON 


16711 


WILSON 


B 


WILSO 


ETHERIDGEOILCO. 


16708 


WILSON 


B 


WILSO 


ROBERT E LANE 


15887 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


DONNIE LYNCH 


16174 


ELM CITY 


E 


WILSO 


KENNETH HYDE JR 


8091 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 




15888 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


CLARK MOORE 


15892 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 




15931 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


LLOYD CHESSON 


15940 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


DAN GODWIN 


15941 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 




16012 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


WILLIAM H. BARNES 


16361 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


BLANCHE JORDAN 


16286 


WILSON 


E 


WILSO 


NCDOT 


16703 


WILSON 


E 


YADKI 




13503 


BOONEVILLE 


D 


YADKl 


RANDY COLLINS 


17394 


EAST BEND 


E 


YADKI 




12915 


JONESVILLE 


D 



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PUBLICATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE OF ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER ON CONSENT, 
SEABOARD CHEMICAL CORPORATION FACILITY 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

North Carolina Department of Environment, Health, and Natural Resources 

Division of Waste Management 

Post Office Box 27687 

Raleigh, North Carolina 2761 1-7687 

(919)733-2178 

Notice is hereby given of the Division of Waste Management's intent to enter into an Administrative Order on Consent (Consent 
Order) pursuant to Article 9, N.C.G.S. Chapter 130A with the Seaboard Group II and the City of High Point (the Respondents) 
in order to authorize the Respondents to undertake a feasibility study consistent with the National Contingency Plan at the former 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility located at 5899 Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, Guilford County, North Carolina and the 
adjacent City of High Point former Riverdale Drive Landfill, which are collectively referred to as "the Site." 

The public comment period will extend for thirty (30) days following the publication of this notice. Comments regarding the 
Consent Order should be sent within this time frame and should be addressed to: William L. Meyer, Director, Division of Waste 
Management, at the above address. 

All documents relating to the Site are available as part of the administrative record and can be reviewed at the following location 
during office hours (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.), Monday through Friday: Hazardous Waste Section, 401 Oberlin Road, Room 150, 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27605, call (919) 733-2178, extension 311 for appointment. 

NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

DIVISION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT 

IN RE: 

FORMER SEABOARD CHEMICAL CORPORATION FACILITY 

and 
CITY OF HIGH POINT RIVERDALE DRIVE LANDFILL 

Jamestown, North Carolina 

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER 

ON CONSENT PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 9, 

N.C.G.S. CHAPTER BOA 

The following constitutes the agreement of the parties hereto. The members of the Seaboard Group II and the City of High Point, 
Respondents hereunder, concur with the Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law contained herein solely for purposes of this 
Administrative Order on Consent (Consent Order). 

DEFINITIONS 

The following definitions apply to terms appearing in this Consent Order unless otherwise indicated. 

A. "CERCLA" shall mean the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 as amended 
by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act ("SARA") of 1986, codified at 42 U.S.C. § 9601, et seg. 

B. "City" shall mean the City of High Point, North Carolina, a municipal corporation organized and existing under the laws 
of the State of North Carolina. 

C. "Department" shall mean the North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources. 



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D. "Director" shall mean the Director of the Division of Waste Management of the North Carolina Department of Environment, 
Health and Natural Resources. 

E. "Division" shall mean the Division of Waste Management of the North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and 
Natural Resources (formerly, the Division of Solid Waste Management). 

F. "Former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility" shall mean the property formerly owned and operated by Seaboard 
Chemical Corporation at 5899 Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, Guilford County, North Carolina, EPA Identification No. NCD- 
071-574-164. 

G. "Landfill" shall mean the City of High Point's former Riverdale Drive Landfill, Jamestown, Guilford County, North 
Carolina. 

H. "National Contingency Plan" shall mean the national contingency plan for removal of oil and hazardous substances 
established pursuant to Section 105 of CERCLA, 42 U.S.C. § 9605, and codified at 40 CFR Part 300. 

I. "RCRA" shall mean the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. § 6901, et seq . 

J. "Feasibility Study Work Plan" ("FS Work Plan") shall mean the workplan approved by the Division for the feasibility study 
of the Site. 

K. "Respondents" shall mean collectively the City of High Point ("City") and members in good standing of the Seaboard Group 
II ("Group") who are signatories to this Consent Order. 

L. "Seaboard Group I" shall mean an unincorporated association of parties which undertook a surface removal action and initial 
remedial site inspection at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. 

M. "Seaboard Group 11" or "Group" shall mean the Seaboard Group II, an unincorporated association of parties formed to 
conduct certain further response actions at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. 

N. "Secretary" shall mean the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources. 

O. "Site" shall mean the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility located at 5899 Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, North 
Carolina, EPA Identification No. NCD-07 1-574- 164, which is under the control of the Trustee in Bankruptcy of the 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation, and the City of High Point former Riverdale Drive Landfill which is adjacent to the former 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility, as depicted on Exhibit 1. 

I. JURISDICTION 

The Secretary of the Department has authority to enter into this Consent Order pursuant to Article 9 of Chapter 130 A of the 
North Carolina General Statutes, N.C.G.S. § 130A-290, et seg. The Secretary has delegated this authority to the Director of the 
Division. 

n. PARTIES 

This Consent Order is entered by and among: 

A. The North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources, Division of Waste Management 
("Division"); 

B. The members in good standing of the Seaboard Group II who are signatories to this Consent Order; and 

C. The City of High Point ("City"). 

m. INTRODUCTION AND STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 

A. The City owns and formerly operated the Landfill located on Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, Guilford County, North Carolina. 



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Since 1974, the Landfill has been permitted to receive solid, non-hazardous waste for disposal under DHS Permit No. 41-01. 
Prior to the establishment of the State Solid Waste Management Program, the City operated the Landfill for disposal of solid 
wastes, including the operation of pits where solvents were burned in the late 1960s. The Landfill is located on 
approximately 125 acres of gently rolling terrain bordering on the west bank of the Deep River, and lies about 2 miles east 
of High Point. The Landfill is bordered on the south by Riverdale Drive and the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation 
facility. 

On or about January 4, 1991, the Division issued an Administrative Order to the City requiring the City to address 
groundwater and surface water conditions in the vicinity of the Landfill. On or about May 30, 1991 , the City submitted 
to the Division a Work Plan for assessing the ground and surface water conditions in the vicinity of the Landfill. On or 
about June 25, 1991, the City and the Division entered into an Administrative Consent Order Docket No. 91-SW-l pursuant 
to which the City was ordered to perform the actions set forth in the approved Work Plan. The City completed specific 
tasks set forth in the approved Work Plan. 

The City of High Point discontinued active landfill operations at the Landfill in October 1993. The Landfill has been capped 
with at least two feet of cover soil, with vegetation to prevent erosion. 

By letter dated March 6, 1995 to Mr. Perry Kairis, Director of Public Works for the City of High Point, the Solid Waste 
Section of the Division required the City to submit a plan for the next phase of groundwater contamination assessment at 
the Landfill. The Division encouraged the City to cooperate with the members of the Seaboard Group II to assess 
groundwater contamination at both the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility and the Landfill (collectively referred 
to herein as "the Site"). 

Seaboard Chemical Corporation operated a facility for the treatment, storage and/or disposal of solid waste, including 
hazardous waste and hazardous substances, at property located at 5899 Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, Guilford County, North 
Carolina from 1974 until 1989. Among other activities. Seaboard Chemical Corporation engaged in solvent distillation and 
recycling and blending of high-BTU substances for sale as fuel. On or about November 15, 1989, Seaboard Chemical 
Corporation discontinued operations and filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. A substantial quantity of 
hazardous waste and/or substances remained at the Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility in drums, tanks, equipment and 
structures. 

The Trustee in Bankruptcy for Seaboard Chemical Corporation retained Four Seasons Industrial Services, Inc. to remove 
a portion of the hazardous waste and/or substances contained in tanks and drums at the Seaboard Chemical Corporation 
facility using funds from the post closure trust fund letter of credit held by the State of North Carolina and monies from the 
North Carolina Emergency Response Fund. The Trustee had insufficient funds to complete the removal of hazardous waste 
and/or substances from the Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. 

On or about May 29, 1992, William W. Cobey, Jr., Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environment, Health 
and Natural Resources ("Department") issued an Imminent Hazard Order pursuant to N.C.G.S. § 130A-303 concerning solid 
waste at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. The Secretary determined that the Trustee in Bankruptcy for 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation was incapable of maintaining containment of the hazardous waste and/or substances. The 
Secretary ordered all generators, transporters, owners and/or operators of the Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility to 
abate the imminent hazard then existing at that facility by removing and disposing of hazardous waste and hazardous 
substances contained in tanks, pipes, equipment and structures at the facility and by undertaking a preliminary investigation 
of soil and groundwater contamination at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. 

On or about May 29, 1992 an Administrative Order on Consent ("AOC") concerning the former Seaboard Chemical 
Corporation facility was entered into between the Division and the members of Seaboard Group I. Pursuant to the AOC, 
the members of Seaboard Group I agreed to address conditions at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility which 
the Secretary deemed to create an imminent hazard. The members of Seaboard Group I agreed to undertake, perform and 
finance certain actions at the facility as described in the Work Plan For Surface Removal ("Removal Work Plan") submitted 
to the Division on November 15, 1991 and attached as Appendix B to the AOC. 

On or about September 1992, the members of Seaboard Group I completed the Surface Removal as described in the Removal 
Work Plan. All liquids, sludges and other waste materials, including all hazardous waste and/or substances contained in 
tanks, pipes, equipment and structures were removed from the facility; the aboveground tanks, equipment and vessels were 
decontaminated to remove residual wastes; and miscellaneous solid wastes were collected and disposed of properly. By letter 
dated February 18, 1993 to the Trustee in Bankruptcy of Seaboard Chemical Corporation, the Division acknowledged 



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completion of the Removal Work Plan. 

The members of Seaboard Group I also contracted with Geraghty & Miller, Inc. to conduct a Remedial Site Inspection to 
fulfill the directive of the Secretary's Imminent Hazard Order requiring a preliminary investigation of soil and groundwater 
contamination at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility. Geraghty & Miller conducted the Remedial Site 
Inspection pursuant to the Work Plan for Remedial Site Inspection (August 1992) approved by the Division in October of 
1992. The Work Plan for Remedial Site Inspection was implemented in late 1992 through February 1993. The Final Report 
on the Remedial Site Inspection was submitted to the Division in May of 1993. 

By letter dated July 28, 1993 to the Trustee in Bankruptcy of Seaboard Chemical Corporation, the Division acknowledged 
that the tasks in the Work Plan had been substantially completed. Completion of the Removal Work Plan and the Work Plan 
for Remedial Site Inspection abated the imminent hazard determined by the Secretary to then exist at the Seaboard Chemical 
Corporation facility. 

C. On or about January 30, 1996, the City, Seaboard Group II and the Division entered into an Administrative Order on 
Consent Pursuant to Article 9, N.C.G.S. Chapter 130 A ("AOC") under which the City and the Seaboard Group II agreed 
to perform a Remedial Investigation of the Site in accordance with a Remedial Investigation Work Plan approved by the 
Division. Contractors hired by the City and Seaboard Group II are in the process of completing the Remedial Investigation. 
Based on the results of the Remedial Investigation to date, the Division has determined that a Feasibility Study of the Site 
is necessary. 

This Consent Order is entered into for the purpose of further addressing the Site. In entering into this Consent Order, the 
objective of the parties is performance of a Feasibility Study of the Site in accordance with a Feasibility Study Work Plan 
approved by the Division. 

rV. FINDEMGS OF FACT 

A. "The Site" is the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility located at 5899 Riverdale Drive, Jamestown, North 
Carolina, EPA Identification No. NCD-071-574-164, which is currently under the control of the Trustee in Bankruptcy of 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation, and the City of High Point former Riverdale Drive Landfill which is adjacent to the former 
Seaboard Chemical Corporation facility, as depicted in Exhibit 1. 

B. Treatment, storage and/or disposal of hazardous substances has occurred at portions of the Site. 

C. Municipal solid waste, including industrial waste, was disposed in the Landfill for approximately forty (40) years. 

D . Soil sampling at the Site has revealed the presence of volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds, 
including but not limited to acetone, 1,2-dichlorobenzene, 1,1-dichloroethene, 1,2-dichloroethene (total), methylene 
chloride, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, phenol, and naphthalene, bis-2 ethyl hexyl phthalate, and 1,2,4 trichlorobenzene. 

E . Groundwater sampling at the Site has revealed the presence of volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic 
compounds, including but not limited to acetone, benzene, 1,1-dichloroethane, 1,2-dichloroethane, 1,1-dichloroethene, 1,2- 
dichloroethene (total), methylene chloride, 1,1,1-trichloroethane, phenol, and naphthalene. 

V. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

A. The substances identified in Sections IV. D and E above are "hazardous substances" as defined in CERCLA. 

B. Disposal of hazardous substances referred to in the preceding paragraph has occurred at portions of the Site. 

C. There has been a release or threatened release of hazardous substances at the Site. 

D. Solely for purposes of this Consent Order and without admitting liability or fault, the City of High Point and the members 
of the Seaboard Group II are owners, operators or other responsible parties in relation to the Site within the meaning of 
Article 9 of Chapter BOA of the North Carolina General Statutes, N.C.G.S. 130A-290, et seg. and CERCLA. 

E. This Consent Order is authorized pursuant to the power of the Secretary under Article 9 of Chapter 130A of the North 
Carolina General Statutes and by delegation to the Director, to enter into agreements with owners, operators, and/or other 



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responsible parties for implementation of remedial investigation and feasibility study programs in accordance with work 
plans approved by the Department. 

VI. WORK TO BE PERFORMED 

All work j)erformed under this Consent Order shall be under the direction and supervision of a professional engineer or 
a licensed geologist with expertise in hazardous substance site cleanup. Respondents shall enter into a contract with the 
Contractor(s) to perform the Feasibility Study within thiny (30) days of the effective date of this Consent Order. 

A. Within sixty (60) days of entering into the contract with Respondents, the Feasibility Study Contractor ("FS Contractor") 
shall prepare the Feasibility Study Work Plan ("FS Work Plan") for the Site and submit the FS Work Plan to the Division 
for its review and approval . 

B. Within sixty (60) days after approval of the FS Work Plan by the Division, Respondents shall begin the Feasibility Study. 

C. Respondents shall adhere to the schedule set forth in the FS Work Plan to the extent practicable except as may be modified 
by agreement of the parties in writing, or for good cause as described in Section IX. 

D. Upon completion of the Feasibility Study, Respondents shall submit to the Division four (4) copies of a Feasibility Study 
Report ("FS Report") documenting implementation of the Work Plan. 

E. In the event the Director finds that any part of the FS Report is deficient, he shall so notify the Respondents. Within 30 days 
of receipt of such notice, the Respondents shall submit to the Director either (1) data, information, material and/or a plan 
to correct such claimed deficiency, or (2) objections to the Director's notice of deficiency and the reason(s) for such 
objections. In the event the Respondents submit objections, the parties shall in good faith endeavor to resolve such 
objections. If such objections cannot be resolved within 30 days, then the objections shall be subject to the dispute resolution 
provisions set forth at Part X of this Consent Order. 

F. The Director shall notify the Respondents in writing when he determines that the FS Report is complete. However, if the 
Director fails to notify the Respondents within 120 days after the Respondents have submitted the FS Report to the Director 
either that he has determined the FS Report to be complete or that the FS Report is deficient, then the FS Report shall be 
deemed to be satisfactory and complete. 

G. The parties agree that work performed in accordance with the FS Work Plan approved by the Division will be consistent 
with the National Contingency Plan. 

Vn. FURTHER SITE WORK 

Further necessary work at the Site, if any, including interim response measures, may be undertaken in accordance with a separate 
and further Consent Order(s) or pursuant to other authority. 

Vm. SAMPLING, ACCESS, AND DATA/DOCUMENT AVAILABILITY 

A. The Division or its representatives shall be permitted to take split or duplicate samples of any samples collected by the FS 
Contractor pursuant to this Consent Order. The FS Contractor shall notify the Division not less than ten (10) days in 
advance of any field activity. This notification may be given verbally in the field by the FS Contractor to the Division. 

B. The Respondents shall be permitted to take split or duplicate samples of any samples collected by the Division, and the 
Division shall give Respondents prior reasonable notice of such sampling . 

C. While this Consent Order is in effect, Division personnel and their representatives may to the extent authorized by the 
Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Seaboard Chemical Corporation, in addition to exercising any related legal rights, enter the 
Site without notice at all times and, while present: review the progress of activities required by this Consent Order; conduct 
such tests as the Division deems necessary; verify the data submitted to the Division by Respondents; inspect and copy any 
and all records, files, photographs, operating logs, contracts, sampling and monitoring data, and other documents relating 
in any way to this Consent Order; and otherwise assess Respondents' compliance with this Consent Order. All parties with 



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access to the Site pursuant to this paragraph shall comply with all approved health and safety plans. 

D. Unless a claim of confidentiality pertaining to any documents or other information provided to the Division under this 
Consent Order is made pursuant to law and adequately substantiated when the information is submitted, such information 
may be made available to the public by the Division without further notice to the Respondents. The Respondents agree that 
under no circumstances shall analytical data generated pursuant to this Consent Order be considered confidential. 

E. If Respondents are unable by reasonable efforts to access property as necessary pursuant to this Consent Order, the Division 
shall promptly assist Respondents in obtaining access upon receipt of a request submitted in writing to the Director. 

IX. DELAY IN PERFORMANCE 

As soon as Respondents become aware of any potential for delay, they shall submit to the Division written documentation of the 
reasons for the delay and the efforts to be made by Respondents to avoid such potential delay, as well as a time by which such work 
reasonably can be completed. The Division shall review the documentation and shall promptly approve the new schedule if good 
cause is shown, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld. Good cause may include, but is not limited to, extraordinary 
weather, natural disasters, emergencies and the inability to obtain permits or approvals from any federal, state, or local agency 
or body politic. At a minimum, good cause does not include normal inclement weather, reasonable increases in the cost of work 
to be performed under this Consent Order, financial difficulty for Respondents in performing such work, failure by Respondents 
to satisfy the obligations under this Consent Order (whether evidenced by a notice of deficiency or not), acts or omissions of 
Respondents' contractors or the failure of the Respondents' contractors or representatives to make complete and timely application 
for any required approval or permit. The Respondents will bear the burden of demonstrating good cause for delay, and that the 
delay proposed is warranted. 

X. DISPUTE RESOLUTION 

A. If either the City or the Group disagrees either in whole or in pan with any decision of the Division, it shall notify the 
Division within 30 days of receipt of the disapproval or other decision. The parties shall have an additional 30 days to 
resolve the dispute. If agreement is reached, the resolution shall be reduced to writing, signed by each party and 
incoiporated thereupon into this Consent Order. If agreement is not reached, the Parties agree to engage in mediation using 
a mediator mutually agreed upon by the Parties. If the Parties caimot agree on a mediator, the Chairperson of the Dispute 
Resolution Section of the N.C. Bar Association shall appoint a mediator. If agreement is not reached through mediation, 
the Division shall issue a final decision on the dispute, in writing, to inform Respondents of the decision by the Division. 

B. Either the City or the Group may, within 15 days of service of the final decision, commence a contested case by filing a 
petition under N.C.G.S. 150B-23. Hearings shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the North Carolina 
Administrative Procedures Act, N.C.G.S. 150B-22 et seq. 

C. The dates or deadlines in the FS Work Plan shall be extended automatically in circumstances where the City or the Group 
in good faith seek resolution of any dispute arising in connection with this Consent Order. Such extensions shall be for such 
period of time as shall be reasonably necessary to engage in meaningful dispute resolution pursuant hereto. 

XI. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

The Director shall undertake a program of public participation, including opportunity for notice and comment as appropriate, 
in substantial conformance with the National Contingency Plan and applicable North Carolina law. 

Xn. CONTRIBUTION PROTECTION 

Pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 9613(f)(2), this Consent Order is an administrative settlement with the State of North Carolina. The 
Division acknowledges that by the Parties' entry and Respondents' performance of this Consent Order, the Division extends 
contribution protection to the Respondents to the fullest extent possible under applicable federal, state and common law, including 
without limitation the contribution protection provided in accordance with 42 USC § 9613(0(2). 

However, this Consent Order does not discharge any person, whether or not a signatory to this Consent Order, from any claims 
pursuant to CERCLA § 9607, CERCLA § 9613 or any other stamtory or common law relating to costs incurred in connection with 
hazardous substances that the person arranged to dispose or treat at the Landfill or that the person transported to the Landfill. This 



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Consent Order also does not discharge claims brought against a member of the Seaboard Group II that is not a signatory to this 
Consent Order or that fails to pay its share of the costs of implementing the Group's obligations imder this Consent Order as 
determined in accordance with the Seaboard Group II Joint Defense and Participation Agreement. 

"Matters addressed" in this Consent Order shall include the work identified in Section VI of this Consent Order, costs already 
incurred by the Division in connection with the Site and costs to be incurred by the Division in oversight of the activities described 
in this Consent Order. 

mi. OTHER CLAIMS AND PARTIES 

Nothing in this Consent Order shall constitute or be construed as a release of any claim, cause of action or demand in law or 
equity against any person, individual, firm, partnership, corporation or other entity not a signatory to this Consent Order including, 
but not limited to, any liability it may have arising out of or relating in any way to the generation, storage, treatment, handling, 
transportation, release or disposal of any hazardous constituents, hazardous substances, hazardous wastes, pollutants, or 
contaminants foimd at, taken to, released at, or taken from the Site. Upon request of Respondents, the Division agrees to provide 
reasonable assistance with enforcement of Respondents' claims against such third parties. The assistance referred to herein may 
include, but shall not be limited to, making records available which relate to this matter, providing statements or testimony of staff 
upon notification when such assistance is relevant to the proceedings, or such other enforcement assistance as is reasonable and 
appropriate. 

The Division hereby expressly reserves a cause of action for any claims of whatever kind or nature not subject to this Consent 
Order which it may have or hereafter acquire against any other person or persons not afforded protection hereunder. 

XTV. COVENANT NOT TO SUE 

Subject to any reservations of rights in this Consent Order, the Parties intend that by entering into and carrying out the terms 
of this Consent Order, Respondents will have resolved the entirety of their respective alleged liabilities to the State of North 
Carolina under all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations for matters addressed in this Consent Order. 
Performance of the activities described in the FS Work Plan approved by the Division will satisfy the requirements for a feasibility 
study and/or corrective measures study pursuant to Article 9 of N.C.G.S. Chapter 130A, CERCLA and RCRA. 

Upon completion of the activities described in this Consent Order, the State of North Carolina hereby releases and covenants not 
to sue or to take any other civil or administrative action against the City and all members in good standing of the Group who are 
signatories to this Consent Order for matters addressed in this Consent Order. 

The Division reserves the right to sue if conditions at the site, which were previously unknown, are discovered or new 
information is received, and the Division Director finds, based on these previously unknown conditions or new information, that 
the FS Work Plan is incomplete and that the scope of work is not protective of human health or the environment. 

The parties acknowledge that the Division's covenant not to sue does not extend to the remediation of any soil and/or 
groundwater contamination that may exist at the Site which the Respondents may commit to undertake at some future date. 

For purposes of this provision, the phrase "matters addressed" shall include the undertaking as identified in Section VI of this 
Consent Order of a Feasibility Study of the Site. "Matters addressed" also includes costs already incurred by the Division in 
coimection with the Site, and costs to be incurred by the Division in oversight of the activities described in this Consent Order. 

XV. PUBLIC NOTICE AND EFFECTIVE DATE 

Upon execution of this Consent Order by the Division and by an authorized representative of each Respondent, the Division shall 
cause public notice of this Consent Order to be published in the North Carolina Register, and shall thereby solicit public comment 
on this Consent Order. This Consent Order shall become effective 30 days after such publication, unless the Parties agree that this 
Consent Order shall be modified in view of public comment. 

XVI. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS 

A. All documents submitted to the Division pursuant to this Consent Order should be sent by certified mail, return receipt 



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requested, by overnight delivery or other equivalent service, or hand delivered to: 

William L. Meyer, Director 

Division of Waste Management 

North Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources 

401 Oberlin Road, Suite 150 

Raleigh, NC 27605-1350 

with a copy to: 

Judith R. Bullock, Esq. 

Special Deputy Attorney General 

Department of Justice 

P. O. Box 629 

Raleigh, NC 27602-0629 

The Division will direct all correspondence to: 

Amos C. Dawson III, Esq. 

Group Counsel, The Seaboard Group II 

Maupin Taylor & Ellis , P. A. 

P. O. Drawer 19764 

Raleigh, NC 27619-9764 

with a copy to: 

William Earnest, Esq. 
Chairman, Executive Committee 
The Seaboard Group II 
Elarbee, Thompson & Trapnell 
229 Peachtree St., Suite 800 
International Tower 
Atlanta, GA 30303 

and 

Randy C. Smith 

Administrator, The Seaboard Group II 

American Environmental Consultants 

30 Purgatory Road 

Mont Vernon, NH 03057-0310 

and to: 

Honorable Rebecca Smothers 

Mayor 

City of High Point 

211 South Hamilton Street 

Post Office Box 230 

High Point, NC 27261 

with a copy to: 

Stephen W. Earp, Esq. 
Smith Helms Mulliss & Moore, L.L.P. 
Post Office Box 21927 
Greensboro, NC 27420 



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B. This Consent Order shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of, the City and each member in good standing of the 
Group who is a signatory to this Consent Order; their respective agents, affiliates, successors and assigns. The signatory 
for each Respondent to this Consent Order certifies that he/she is authorized to execute and legally bind said Respondent 
as to this Consent Order. 

C. Respondents shall provide a copy of this Consent Order to each contractor or other person or entity retained to perform any 
work under this Consent Order within seven (7) days after the effective date of this Consent Order or the date of retaining 
their services, whichever is later. Respondents shall condition any such contracts upon satisfactory compliance with this 
Consent Order. Notwithstanding the terms of any contract. Respondents are responsible for compliance with this Consent 
Order and for ensuring that such contractors or other persons or entities comply with this Consent Order. 

D. In the event the Division determines Respondents are in violation of this Consent Order or requirements established pursuant 
thereto, the Division may: order Respondents to remedy the violation(s) or temporarily or permanently halt implementation 
of this Consent Order; conduct part or all of the remediation itself and seek cost recovery; and/or take any other action within 
the Division's enforcement authority. 

E. To protect the public health or the environment, the Division may order a temporary or permanent halt to implementation 
of this Consent Order, or order actions within its authority in addition to or other than those required hereunder. 

F. All actions required pursuant to this Consent Order shall be in accordance with applicable local, state and federal laws and 
regulations, unless an exemption regarding particular state or local laws or regulations is specifically authorized by the 
Department or other appropriate govenunental agency. 

G. Respondents shall preserve, for at least six (6) years after termination of this Consent Order, at least one copy of the FS 
Work Plan and all correspondence related thereto and of all final reports, data results and field records relating to the 
Feasibility Study in their possession or in the possession of their divisions, employees, agents, accountants, contractors or 
attorneys. After this six (6) year period. Respondents shall notify the Division at least thirty (30) days prior to the 
destruction of any such records and documents. Respondents shall comply with any written request by the Division, prior 
to the date set for destruction, to continue to preserve such records and documents or to provide them to the Division. 
Respondents may assert any available right to keep particular records and documents, other than analytical data, confidential. 

H. This Consent Order may not be modified without the written consent of the parties. 

I. Except for obligations under Section XII; Section XIII, Section XIV, and Section XVI(B), (D), (E) and (G) above, this 
Consent Order shall terminate when Respondents receive written notice from the Division that all activities required pursuant 
to this Consent Order have been completed to the Division's satisfaction. 

J. In entering into this Order, the City of High Point and the members of Seaboard Group II do not admit any fact, fault, or 
liability whatsoever at the Site, and they retain the right to controvert in any subsequent proceedings, other than proceedings 
for the purpose of implementing or enforcing this Consent Order, the validity of the facts or determinations contained in this 
Consent Order. Further, the participation by any party in this Consent Order shall not be considered an admission of 
liability for any purpose. 

K. The members of Seaboard Group II acknowledge that an agreement was reached between the Division and the Seaboard 
Group I in the May 29, 1992 Administrative Order on Consent which provided that any amounts owed by any agency of 
the State of North Carolina to complete the actions outlined in the Removal Work Plan would be offset by the past costs in 
the amount of $87,886.85 which were previously expended by the Division at the former Seaboard Chemical Corporation 
facility. It was further agreed that, to the extent the North Carolina state agencies' share of the Removal Work Plan costs 
was less than these past costs, the excess amount would be applied to any future liability that any North Carolina state agency 
might have to the Seaboard Group I. The members of Seaboard Group II acknowledge and agree to be bound by the 
aforesaid provision in the May 29, 1992 Administrative Order on Consent. The members of the Seaboard Group II agree 
that the excess amount of the $87,886.85 in past costs incurred by the Division above the North Carolina state agencies' 
share of the costs to perform the Removal Work Plan shall be applied to any future liability that any North Carolina state 
agency may have to the Seaboard Group II. 

L. This Consent Order may be executed in multiple counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original, but all of which 
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shall execute a separate signature page which shall be maintained by the Seaboard Group li Administrator. A copy of each 
member's signature page shall be provided to the City and/or the Division upon request. 

THIS CONSENT ORDER is entered into on the day of , 19 . 

By: 

William L. Meyer, Director 

Division of Waste Management 

North Carolina Department of Environment 

Health and Natural Resources 
P. O. Box 27687 
Raleigh, NC 27611-7687 
919-733-2178 fax:919-715-3605 

By: 

Honorable Rebecca Smothers 

Mayor 

City of High Point 

211 South Hamilton Street 

High Pomt, NC 27261 

910-883-3305 fa.\: 910-883-3052 

By 
William M. Earnest. Esq . Chairman 
Executne Committee 
The Seaboard Group 11 
Elarbee. Thompson & Trapnell 
229 Peachtree Street. Suite 800 
Atlanta. GA 30303 
404-659-6700 fa.x: 404-222-9718 

By: 

Name (Pnnt); 

Title: 



Company Name: 

Member, Seaboard Group II 



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RULE-MAKING PROCEEDINGS 



A Notice of Rule-making Proceedings is a statement of subject matter of the agency 's proposed rule making. The agency must 
publish a notice of the subject matter for public comment at least 60 days prior to publishing the proposed text of a rule. 
Publication of a temporary rule serves as a Notice of Rule-making Proceedings and can be found in the Register under the 
section heading of Temporary Rules. A Rule-making Agenda published by an agency serves as Rule-making Proceedings and 
can be found in the Register under the section heading of Rule-making Agendas. Statutory reference: G.S. I50B-21.2. 



TITLE 15A - DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 18 - ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

SUBCHAPTER 18A - SANITATION 



A Jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 V North Carolina Board of Pharmacy in accordance with 
G.S. 1508-21. 2. The agency shall subsequently publish in the 
Re gister the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a result 
of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any comments 
received on this notice. 



A Jotice of Rule-making Proceedings is hereby given by the 
1 y EHNR - Commission for Health Services in accordance 
with G.S. 1503-21. 2. The agency shall subsequently publish 
in the Re gister the text of the rule(s) it proposes to adopt as a 
result of this notice of rule-making proceedings and any 
comments received on this notice. 

Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

15A NCAC ISA .2301 - .2310 - Other rules may be proposed 
in the course of the rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 130A-4(b): 130A-5(3) 

Statement of the Subject Matter: Scope of delegated 
authority, eligibility for delegation of authority, delegation of 
authority, subsequent authorizations, concurrent authorization 
in multiple counties, continuing education, evaluations, denial, 
suspension, revocation, re-authorization, and appeals 
procedures for individuals authorized to enforce rules of the 
Commission for Health Services as an agent of the state. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To specify the types of 
authorization possible to be granted, the requirements for 
authorization, the processes for authorization, the requirements 
for training, the requirements for individuals who were once an 
agent and are desiring to be an agent again, the requirements 
to contract with other local health departments, the continuing 
education requirements, the reasons for denial, suspension, or 
revocation, reinstatement, and appeals procedures. 

Comment Procedures: Any person requiring information may 
contact Mr. Malcolm Blalock, PO Box 29596, Raleigh, NC 
27626-0596, telephone (919) 715-0929, or e-mail at 
Malcolm_Blalock@mail.ehnr.state.nc.us. Comments may be 
received through September 30, 1997. 



TITLE 21 - OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING 
BOARDS 

CHAPTER 46 - BOARD OF PHARMACY 



Citation to Existing Rules Affected by this Rule-Making: 

21 NCAC 46 .1601, .1603 - .1604, .1804, .1810, .2103, 
.2201, .2301 - Other rules may be proposed in the course of the 
rule-making process. 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 90-85.6; 90-85. 7; 90- 
85.17; 90-85.18; 90-85.21; 90-85.22; 90-85.32; 90-106 

Statement of the Subject Matter: The North Carolina Board 
of Pharmacy (Board) will consider adopting rules, repealing 
rules, or amending rules addressing when permits are required, 
the transfer of permits, receiving arui dispensing prescriptions, 
compounding, the electronic transmission of prescription 
orders, geographic representation of Board members, 
continuing education, prescription orders, the ratio of 
pharmacist to unlicensed pharmacy personnel, and the 
alteration of a prescription order by a party outside of the 
practitioner-pharmacist-patient relationship. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To include device and medical 
equipment permits in the rule addressing when permits are 
required; To include device and medical equipment permits in 
the rule addressing the transfer of permits; To specify 
conditions for delivery of prescription drugs, devices, and 
medical equipment to the patient; To enact rules addressing 
compoundings; To enact rules addressing the electronic 
transmission of prescription orders; To modify rule regarding 
geographic representation of pharmacist members of the Board; 
To enact requirements addressing inactive pharmacists; To 
address requirements for prescription orders; To address the 
ratio of pharmacist to unlicensed pharmacy personnel; To 
prohibit causing or attempting to cause the alteration of a 
prescription by a party outside the practitioner-pharmacist- 
patient relationship. 

Comment Procedures: Written comments tnay be submitted on 
the subject matter of the proposed rule-making to David R. 
Work, Executive Director of the Board at the Board 's office. 
The Board's address is PO Box 459, Carrboro. NC 27510- 
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This Section contains the text of proposed rules. At least 60 days prior to the publication of text, the agency published a 
Notice of Rule-making Proceedings. The agency must accept comments on the proposed rule for at least 30 days from the 
publication date, or until the public hearing, or a later date if specified in the notice by the agency. The required comment 
period is 60 days for a rule that has a substantial economic impact of at least five million dollars ($5,000,000). Statutory 
reference: G.S. 150B-21.2. 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF 
AGRICULTURE 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the North Carolina Board of Agriculture intends to 
amend rules cited as 2 NCAC 52A .0104, .0106 - .0109; 52D 
.0101 and repeal 52A .0105. Notice of Rule-making 
Proceedings was published in the Register on May 1, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1, 1998 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing (must be 
requested in writing within 15 days of notice): Any person may 
request a public hearing on the proposed rules by submitting a 
request in writing no later than August 16, 1997, to David S. 
McLeod, Secretary of the North Carolina Board of Agriculture, 
P.O. Box 27647, Raleigh, NC 27611. 

Reason for Proposed Action: To update incorporations by 
reference to include current federal standards and to include 
subsequent amendments and editions. 



.0105 POULTRY FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS 

The Veterinary Divisi o n ado p ts by r efe r ence the Tcdei ' al 
Tacili t i e s Requirem e nts fo r Existing P o ultry Plants," as 
published by the Uni te d S t a t es De p ar t ment of Agricultur e , 
Technical Services Divisi o n, C o nsume r and Marketing Sei - vic e , 
and da t ed 1 9 70. 

Authority G.S. 106-540. 

.0106 CONSTRUCTION OF MEAT PLANTS 

The Ve t erinai7 Divisi o n Board adopts by reference the 
volume entitled "United States Meatpacking Plants: A Guide to 
Construction, Equipment and Layout," Agriculture Handbook 
No. 570, as published by the United States Department of 
Agriculture, Animal Food Safety and Plan t Health Inspection 
Service, and dated 1 9 81. including subsequent amendments and 
editions. Copies of this material may be obtained from the 
Meat and Poultry Inspection Service at no cost. 

Authority G.S. 106-549.22. 



Comment Procedures: Comments may be submitted in writing 
no later than October 2, 1997, to David S. McLeod, Secretary 
of the North Carolina Board of Agriculture, P.O. Box 27647, 
Raleigh, NC 27611. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 52 - VETERINARY DIVISION 

SUBCHAPTER 52A - RULES AND 
REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY REFERENCE 

SECTION .0100 - ADOPTIONS BY REFERENCE 

.0104 MEAT FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS 

The Veterinary Divisi o n Board adopts by reference the 
"Federal Facilities Requirements for Existing Meat Plants," as 
published by the United States Department of Agriculture, 
Technical Se r vices Division, Consume r Food Safety and 
Marke t ing Inspection Service, and dated 1 9 6 9 . including 
subsequent amendments and editions. Copies of this material 
may be obtained from the Meat and Poultry Inspection Service 
at no cost. 

Authority G.S. 106-549.22. 



.0107 LABELING MEAT AND POULTRY 
PRODUCTS 

The Ve ter inary Divisi o n Board adopts by reference the 
volume entitled "En c ycl op edia o f "Standards and Labeling 
Meat and Poultry Pr o du c ts" by J o hn C. Dehall, DVM, and 
Policy Book." as published by "Meat Plan t Magazine," 10225 
Bach Blvd., S t . Louis, Mo. — The Divisi o n adopts the 1 9 81 
edi t i o n, the United States Department of Agriculture. Food 
Safety Inspection Service. Standards and Labeling Division, 
including subsequent amendments and editions. Copies of this 
material may be obtained from the Superintendent of 
Documents. U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington. 
D.C. 20402. at a cost of ninety-eight dollars ($98.00). 

Authority G.S. 106-549.22. 

.0108 SANITATION HANDBOOK 

The Veterinary Divisi o n Board adopts by reference the 
"Sanitation Handbook For M e at and P o ultry Ins p ectors," da t ed 
1 9 82, and "FSIS Directive 11.000.2 ; Plant Sanitation." 
published by the United States Department of Agriculture, 
Technical Services Divisi o n. C o nsume r Marke t ing Se r vice. 
Food Safety and Inspection Service. Science and Technology 
Branch. Facilities. Equipment and Sanitation Division, 
including subsequent amendments and editions. Copies of this 
material may be obtained from the Meat and Poultry Inspection 
Service at no cost. 



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Authority G.S. 106-549.22. 

.0109 mSPECTION MANUAL 

The Ve t erinary Divisi o n Board adopts by reference the "Meat 
and Poultry Inspection Manual," dated 1 9 7 9 , and published by 
the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal Food 
Safety and Plan t Health Inspection Service, Meat and Poultry 
Inspection Program. Operations, including subsequent 
amendments. Copies of this material may be obtained from the 
Meat and Poultry Inspection Service at no cost. 

Authority G.S. 106-549.22. 

SUBCHAPTER 52D - MEAT AND 
POULTRY EVSPECTION 

SECTION .0100 - STANDARDS: 
OFnCIAL MARK 

.0101 CERTAIN STANDARDS ADOPTED: 
EXCEPTIONS 

The North Carolina Board of Agriculture hereby adopts by 
reference the Rules, Regulations, Definitions and Standards of 
the United States Department of Agriculture governing meat 
and meat products inspection, poultry products inspection, 
voluntary inspection of poultry and humane methods for 
slaughtering animals. Subchapters A, B, C, and D, Title 9, Part 
301 et. seq.. Code of Federal Regulations, as amend e d t h ro ugh 
May 27, 1 9 86, as r egula t i o ns o f the North Carolina Depar t men t 
o f Agricul t ure, including subsequent amendments and editions. 
subject to the following exceptions: 

(1) Conformity of Federal Regulations to North Carolina 
Authority is Assumed. To conform federal 
regulations to North Carolina Authority, references 
in the federal regulations to the "Secretary of 
Agriculture," the "United States Depanment of 
Agriculture," the "Mea t "Food Safety and P o ult r y 
Inspection Pr o gram," Service." its "Administrator" 
and "Officer in Charge" shall be deemed to refer to 
the corresponding North Carolina authority, the 
"Commissioner of Agriculture," the "North Carolina 
Department of Agriculture," the "Meat and Poultry 
Inspection Service" and its "Director for Meat and 
Poultry Inspection Service" and the "Area 
Supervisors." References to "interstate commerce" 
shall be deemed to refer to "intrastate commerce" 
within North Carolina. 

(2) Statutory references to the "Federal Meat Inspection 
Act" shall be deemed to refer to the corresponding 
provisions of the "Nonh Carolina Meat Inspection 
Law," and Article 49C of Chapter 106 of the North 
Carolina General Statutes. 

(3) Stamtory references to the "Federal Poultry Products 
Inspection Act" shall be deemed to refer to the 
corresponding provisions of the "North Carolina 
Poultry Products Inspection Act." 

(4) References to federal marks of inspection, forms. 



overtime rates and charges shall be deemed to refer 

to the corresponding North Carolina marks of 

inspection, forms, and overtime rates and charges. 

Said rates shall be established by the Commissioner 

and amended to cover the cost of providing the 

service. Standards of the Federal Food, Drug and 

Cosmetic Act incorporated in the federal regulations 

are applicable to these articles. Co p ies of the above 

are available f or ins p ec t ion in t he Offic e of th e 

Di re ct or of the Sta t e Meat and Poul tr y Ins p ection 

Service and may be obtained at a cos t of one hundred 

and — e igh te en — d o llars — ($118.00) — per — copy — by 

conta c ting the Su p erintendent o f D o cuments. U.S. 

Government P r in t ing Office, Washing to n, D.C. 

20402. 

Copies of the above are available for inspection in the Office of 

the Director of the State Meat and Poultry Inspection Service 

and may be obtained at a cost of one hundred and eighteen 

dollars ($118.00) p er copy by contacting the Superintendent of 

Documents. U.S. Government Printing Office. Washington. 

D.C. 20402. 

Authority G.S. 106-549.21; 106-549.22; 106-549.28. 



TITLE 13 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the Department of Labor, Division of Occupational 
Safety and Health intends to amend rules cited as 13 NCAC 7 A 
.0302. .0708; 7F .0101 - .0102, .0201, .0301, .0426, .0501 - 
.0502. Notice of Rule-making Proceedings was published in 
the Register on April 15, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: July 1, 1998 

A Public Hearing will be coruiucted at 10:00 a.m. on August 
21, 1997 at the NCDOL: Division of Occupational Safety and 
Health, 319 Chapanoke Road, Suite 105, Conference Room A, 
Raleigh, NC. 

Reason for Proposed Action: This amendment affects OSHNC 
rules that contain acquisition locations and costs of materials 
that are incorporated-by-reference or referenced in Title 13, 
Chapter 7, of the North Carolina Administrative Code. The 
amendment updates location and cost infornmtion and 
consolidates all such information into a single rule-13 NCAC 
07A .0302. It also incorporates language from NCGS 150B- 
21.6 that permits cost adjustments bet^veen rulemaking 
activities. 

Relative to incorporated-by-reference materials, G.S. 150B- 
21.6 requires agencies to specif}' in their ndes "...both where 
copies of the material can be obtained and the cost on the date 
the rule is adopted of a copy of the material. " The costs for 
materials that are not State publications were obtained from the 
respective publishers e.g., ANSI, Government Printing Office. 
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-19(5)(b) and G.S. 66-58, the costs of 



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materials a\ailablefrom OSHNC are at-cost fees for processing 
and/or mailing. 

Comment Procedures: The purpose of this announcement is 
to encourage all interested and potentially affected persons or 
parties to make their viev^'s known to the Division of 
Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) whether in favor of or 
opposed to any and all provisions of the proposal being 
noticed. Written comments, data, or other information relevant 
to this proposal must be submitted within 30 days (August 31, 
1997). Written comments may be submitted to: Peggy D. 



Morris, NCDOL, Division of Occupational Safety and Health, 
319 Chapanoke Road, Suite 105, Raleigh, NC 27603-3432, or 
fax transmittal to (919) 662-4582. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds . These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 



CHAPTER 7 - OFTICE OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH 
SUBCHAPTER 7A - GENERAL RULES AND OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES 



SECTION .0300 - PROCEDURES 



.0302 COPIES AVAILABLE 

Copies of the applicable Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Parts or sections and industry standards referred to in this Chapter 
are available for public inspection at by contacting the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL). Division of Occupational 
Safet>' and Health. Health or the NCDOL Librar,'. A single copy may be obtained from the Division at a cost o f twelve dollais 
and seven t > ' - r wo c en t s (512.72) (inclusive of t ax): each additional co p y will be the same p r ice. Copies may als o be ob t ained f r om 
t h e U.S. Governm e nt Prin t ing Office. Washington. B.C. 20402, a t a c o s t of t wenty-nine dollars (52 9 .00). The following table 



provides acquisition locations and th 


e costs ot the applicable materials on the date that this R 


ule was adopted: 


Referenced Materials 


Available for Purchase From 


Cost' 


29 CFR 1905 


Division of Occupational Safety and Health 


$l/page requested 


29 CFR 1910 


Division of Occupational Safety and Health 


$15.90 each 


29 CFR 1915 


Division of Occupational Safety and Health 


Free 


29 CFR 1926 


Division of Occupational Safety and Health 


$12.72 pach 


29 CFR 1928 


Division of Occupational Safety and Health 


Free 


The above CFR Parts and other 
referenced CFR Parts 


U.S. Government Printing Office 
Washington. D.C. 20402 
(202)512-1800 


S34.00/Part 


ANSI/NFPA 101-1991 


National Fire Protection Association 
1 Battervmarch Park 
Ouincv. Massachusetts 02269 
(617) 770-3000 


$44.50 each 


ANSI standards 


American National Standards Institute 

1 1 West 42nd Street 

New York. New York 10036 

(212)642-4900 


S24-$50/standard 


Federal Specification OO-P-416 


Federal Supply Services 
Specification Section 
470 East L'Enfant Plaza 
SW Suite 8100 
Washington. D.C. 20407 
(202)619-8925 


S7.00 each 



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Referenced Materials 



Available for Purchase From 



Cost' 



Schedule 30 Bureau of Mines 



24 FR 245 pages 10201-10204. December 17. 1959 
or Division of Occupational Safety and Health 



$l/page requested 



Note: Prices may change depending on such things as cost of production, availability or document size. 



Authority 95-133; 150B-21.6. 

SECTION .0700 - RULES OF PRACTICE FOR 
VARIANCES: LIMITATIONS: 
VARIATIONS: TOLERANCES AND EXEMPTIONS 

.0708 VARIANCES AND OTHER RELIEF UNDER 
SECTION 95-132(b) 

fjt) Application for a Permanent Variance. Any employer, 
or class of employers, desiring a permanent variance authorized 
by section 95- 132(b) of the Act may file a written application 
with the Commissioner of the Department of Labor containing 
the information specified in 29 CFR 1905.11(b), which is 
incorporated by reference and shall automatically include any 
subsequent amendments thereto. 

(b) Copies o f the ap p licabl e C o de o f Fede r al Regula t i o ns 
referred t o in t his Sec t i o n are availabl e f or p ublic inspecti o n 
and may be o btain e d fr o m the N o rth Car o lina Depailment o f 
Lab o r, Divisi o n o f Occu p a t i o nal Safety and Health, at a c o s t of 
o ne d o llar ($1 .(X)) per page. 

Authority G.S. 95-132; 95-136. 

SUBCHAPTER 7F - STANDARDS 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL INDUSTRY STANDARDS 

.0101 GENERAL INDUSTRY 

fa) The provisions for the Occupational Safety and Health 
Standards for General Industry, Title 29 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations Part 1910 promulgated as of February 28,1997, 
and exclusive of subsequent amendments, are incorporated by 
reference except as follows: 

(1) Subpart H - Hazardous Materials, 29 CFR 1910. 120, 
Hazardous waste operations and emergency response, 
§ 1910. 120(q)(6) is amended by adding a new level of 
training: 
"(vi) First responder operations plus level. First 
responders at operations plus level are individuals 
who respond to hydrocarbon fuel tank leaks where 
the leaking tanks contain a hydrocarbon fuel which is 
used to propel the vehicle on which the tank is 
located. Only those vehicles designed for highway 
use or those used for industrial, agricultural or 
construction purposes are covered. First responders 
at the operations plus level shall have received at 
least training equal to first responder operations level 
and, in addition, shall receive training or have had 
sufficient experience to objectively demonstrate 



competency in the following areas and the employer 
shall so certify: 

(A) Know how to select and use proper specialized 
personal protective equipment provided to the 
first responder at operations plus level; 

(B) Understand basic hazardous materials terms as 
they pertain to hydrocarbon fuels; 

(C) Understand hazard and risk assessment 
techniques that pertain to gasoline, diesel fuel, 
propane and other hydrocarbon fuels; 

(D) Be able to perform control, containment, or 
confinement operations for gasoline, diesel 
fuel, propane and other hydrocarbon fuels 
within the capabilities of the available 
resources and personal protective equipment; 
and 

(E) Understand and know how to implement 
decontamination procedures for hydrocarbon 
fuels." 

(2) Subpart I - Personal Protective Equipment - 29 
CFR 1910.132, General requirements, is amended at 
29 CFR 1910.132(b) to read: 

"(b) Equipment. (1) Employer-provided equipment. 
It is the responsibility of the employer to provide, at 
no cost to the employee, all personal protective 
equipment which the employee does not wear off the 
jobsite for use off the job. 

(2) Employee-owned equipment. Where employees 
provide their own protective equipment, the 
employer shall be responsible to assure its adequacy, 
including proper maintenance, and sanitation of such 
equipment." 

(3) Subpart R - Special Industries - incorporation by 
reference of final rule for 29 CFR 1910.269, Electric 
Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution, 
including Appendices A through E, published in 59 
FR (January 31, 1994) pages 4437 - 4475, all 
typographical and grammatical corrections to 
1910.269 as published in 59 FR (June 30, 1994) 
pages 33660 - 33664, and the amendment to 
1910.269(g)(2)(i) as published in 59 FR (August 9, 
1994) page 40729, except that 29 CFR 
1910.269(g)(2)(v) is amended to read: 

"(v) Fall arrest equipment, work positioning 
equipment, or travel restricting equipment 
shall be used by employees working at 
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above the ground on poles, towers or similar 
structures if other fall protection has not been 
provided. A fall protection system as defined 
in 29 CFR 1926, Subpart M - Fall Protection, 
is required to be used by all employees when 
ascending, descending or changing locations 
on poles, towers or similar structures. 
However, the use of non-locking snap hooks 
with any fall protection system is prohibited as 
of July 1, 1995. Qualified employees may free 
climb wood poles if the employer can ensure 
(1) that the employee is able to comfortably 
and safely grip the pole with both hands while 
climbing, (2) that the pole is free from 
attachments or any configurations of 
attachments that will materially impair the 
ability of a qualified employee to safely free 
climb the pole, (3) that the pole is otherwise 
free from impediments, contaminants or 
conditions of any type, including but not 
limited to ice, high winds or chemical 
treatments which materially impair the ability 
of a qualified employee to safely free climb 
the pole, and (4) that the employee is able to 
climb such structures without material 
physical impairments including over-exertion, 
lack of sleep or other physical stresses. " 
29 CFR 1910.269 as amended above is 
effective January 1, 1995, except that 
employers have until July 1, 1995, to 
implement the use of locking snap hooks, and 
employers have until January 1, 1996, to 
design and implement a system of fall 
protection for use by employees while 
ascending, descending or changing locations 
on towers. Also, 29 CFR 1910.269(a)(2) 
Training is effective January 3 1 , 1995, and 29 
CFR 1910.269(v)(ll)(xii) is effective 
February 1, 1996. 
(4) Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances: 

£al t7«d 29 CFR 1910.1000 Air Contaminants: 
Revision of 1910.1000 (a) and (0, removal of 
Table Z-2 and Table Z-3 and re-adoption of 
revised permissible exposure limits as Table Z-1 
as originally published in 54 FR (January 19, 
1989) pages 2923 - 2958 as follows: 
"§1910.1000 Air contaminants. 

An employee's exposure to any substance 
listed in Table Z-1 of this section shall be 
limited in accordance with the requirements of 
the following paragraphs and sections, 
(a) Table Z-l.(l) Substances with limits 
designated by "C" - Ceiling Limits. An 
employee's exposure to any substance in Table 
Z-1, the exposure limit of which is followed 
by a "C", shall at no time exceed the exposure 
limit given for that substance in Table Z- 1 . 



(2) Current permissible exposure limits. An 
employee's exposure to any substance listed in 
Table Z-1 shall not exceed the Time Weighted 
Average (TWA), Short Term Exposure Limit 
(STEL) and Ceiling Limit specified for that 
substance in Table Z-1 under the Current PEL 
column. 

(3) Skin Designation. To prevent or reduce 
skin absorption, an employee's skin exposure 
to substances listed in Table Z-1 with an "X" 
in the Skin Designation column following the 
substance name shall be prevented or reduced 
to the extent necessary in the circumstances 
through the use of gloves, coveralls, goggles, 
or other appropriate personal protective 
equipment, engineering controls or work 
practices. 

(4) Definitions. The following definitions are 
applicable to the Current PEL column of 
Table Z-1: 

(i) Time weighted average (TWA) is 
the employee's average airborne 
exposure in any 8-hour work shift of a 
40-hour work week which shall not be 
exceeded. 

(ii) Short term exposure limit (STEL) 
is the employee's 15-minute time 
weighted average exposure which shall 
not be exceeded at any time during a 
work day unless another time limit is 
specified in a parenthetical notation 
below the limit. If another time period 
is specified, the time weighted average 
exposure over that time period shall not 
be exceed at any time during the 
working day. 

(iii) Ceiling is the employee's exposure 
which shall not be exceeded during any 
part of the work day. If instantaneous 
monitoring is not feasible, then the 
ceiling shall be assessed as a 15-minute 
time weighted average exposure which 
shall not be exceeded at any time over 
a working day. 

(5) Additional Definitions. The terms 
"substance," "air contaminant," and 
"material" are equivalent in meaning for 
29 CFR 1910.1000. 
(b) and (c) are reser\-ed. 
(d) arui (e) are not amended, 
(f) Effective dates. (1) The effective 
date for the permissible exposure limits 
specified in the following Current PEL 
column of Table Z-1 is March 7, 1997. 

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NOTE: Because of the length of the table, explanatory 
Footnotes applicable to all substances are given below. 
Footnote (1) The PELs are 8-hour TWAs unless otherwise 
noted; a (C) designation denotes a ceiling limit. They are to be 
determined from breathing-zone air samples. 
Footnote (2) Pans of vapor or gas per million parts of 
contaminated air by volume at 25 degrees C and 760 torr. 
Footnote (3) Milligrams of substance per cubic meter of air. 
When entry is in this column only, the value is exact; when 
listed with a ppm entry, it is approximate. 
Footnote (4) The CAS number is for information only. 
Enforcement is based on the substance name. 
Footnote (5) Regarding Styrene Only: OSHNC recognizes that 
the permissible exposure limits for styrene may not be 
achievable solely through engineering and work practice 
controls for boat-building and operations comparable to boat 
building. Comparable operations are those that (1) employ the 
manual layup and spray up process, (2) the manufactured items 
that utilize the same equipment and technology as that found in 
boat building, and (3) the same considerations of large part 
size, configuration interfering with air-flow control techniques, 
and resin usage apply. Examples of operations comparable to 
boat building would include the manufacture of large above- 
ground or below-ground storage tanks, large parts for 



recreational vehicles, and large duct work. Because it is 
impossible to define in advance every manual layup and 
sprayup process for which compliance may not be feasible 
solely through engineering and work practice controls, some 
guidelines concerning part size and configuration issues are 
necessary. The primary question for manual layup and sprayup 
operations is whether the part's size and configuration interfere 
with normal air-flow techniques. For operations making parts 
(such as tubs and vanities) that do not meet the guidelines 
described, beginning April 1, 1996, the hierarchy of controls 
specified in 29 CFR 1910. 1000(e) will apply to reduce styrene 
exposures to the new 50 ppm TWA and 100 ppm STEL. In 
consequence, the burden of proof will be on the employer to 
show that engineering and work practice controls are not 
feasible for specific operations. However, with respect to boat- 
building operations the burden of proof would be on OSHNC 
to prove that the level could be attained solely through 
engineering and work practice controls. 
Footnote (6) Regarding Carbon Dioxide only: no change was 
made to the PEL. 

Footnote (7) Regarding Subtilisins only: this substance is not 
included in Table Z-1 below. 



TABLE Z-L - LIMITS FOR AIR CONTAMINANTS 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Acetaldehyde 


75-07-0 


200 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
150 ppm STEL 




Acetic acid 


64-19-7 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Acetic anhydride 


108-24-7 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA (C) 




Acetone 


67-64-1 


1000 ppm TWA 


750 ppm TWA 
1000 ppm STEL 




Acetonitrile 


75-05-8 


40 ppm TWA 


40 ppm TWA 
60 ppm STEL 




2-Acetylaminofluorene 
see 1910.1014 


53-96-3 








Acetylene dichloride 
see 1,2-Dichloroethylene 










Acetylene tetrabromide 


79-27-6 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Acetylsalicylic acid 
(Aspirin) 


50-78-2 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Acrolein 


107-02-8 


0. 1 ppm TWA 


0. 1 ppm TWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 




Acrylamide 


79-06-1 


0.3 mg/m' TWA 


0.3 mg/m' TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Acrylic acid 


79-10-7 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


Acrylonitrile; 
see 1910.1045. 


107-13-1 








Aldrin 


309-00-2 


0.25 mg/m3 TWA 


0.25 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Allyl alcohol 


107-18-6 


2 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 
4 ppm STEL 


X 


Allyl chloride 


107-05-1 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 

2 ppm STEL 




Allyl glycidyl ether (AGE) 


106-92-3 


10 ppm (C) 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 




Allyl propyl disulfide 


2179-59-1 


2 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 

3 ppm STEL 




alpha-Alumina 
Total Dust 
Respirable Fraction 


1344-28-1 


15 mg/m^ TWA 

5 mg/m'TWA 


10 mg/m^TWA 
5 mg/m'TWA 




Aluminum (as Al) 
Metal 

Total dust 

Respirable fraction 
Pyropowders 
Welding fumes 
Alkyls 


7429-90-5 
7429-90-5 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m'TWA 


15 mg/m^TWA 
5 mg/m^TWA 
5 mg/m^TWA 
5 mg/m^TWA 
2 mg/m^TWA 




Aluminum (soluble salts) 


7429-90-5 




2 mg/m'TWA 




4-Aminodiphenyl; 
see 1910.1011 


92-67-1 








2-Aminoethanol; 
see Ethanolamine 










2-Aminopyridine 


504-29-0 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 




Amitrol 


61-82-5 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m'TWA 




Ammonia 


7664-41-7 


50 ppm TWA 


35 ppm STEL 




Ammonium chloride fume 


12125-02-9 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m' TWA 
20 mg/m' STEL 




Ammonium sulfamate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


7773-06-0 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




«-Amyl acetate 


628-63-7 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




sec-\my\ acetate 


626-38-0 


125 ppm TWA 


125 ppm TWA 




Aniline and homologs 


62-53-3 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Anisidine (o-, jP-isomers). 


29191-52-4 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Antimony and compounds 
(as Sb) 


7440-36-0 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m^ TWA 




ANTU (Alpha 
naphthylthiourea) 


86-88-4 


0.3 mg/m^ TWA 


0.3 mg/m3 TWA 




Arsenic, inorganic 
compounds (as As); 
see 1910.1018 


Varies with 
compound 








Arsenic, organic 
compounds (as As) 




0.5 mg/m' TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Arsine 


7784-42-1 


0.05 mg/m3 TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Asbestos; see 1910.1001 










Atrazine 


1912-24-9 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Azinphos-methyl 


86-50-0 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Barium, soluble compounds 
(as Ba) 


7440-39-3 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Barium sulfate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


7727-43-7 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Benomyl 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


17804-35-2 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Benzene; See 1910.1028 
See Table Z-2 for the 
limits applicable in the 
operations or sectors 
excluded in 1910.1028(d) 


71-43-2 








Benzidine; See 1910.1010 


92-87-5 








p-Benzoquinone; see 
Quinone. 










Benzo(a)pyrene; see 
Coal tar pitch volatiles 










Benzoyl peroxide 


94-36-0 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Benzyl chloride 


100-44-7 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Beryllium and 
beryllium compounds 
(as Be) 


7440-41-7 


Table Z-2 


0.002 ppm TWA 
0.005 ppm STEL 
(30 minute) 
0.025 ppm (C) 




Biphenyl; see Diphenyl. 











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SLBSTANCK 


C.\S 
NUMBKR 


FORMKR PKl, 


CURRKN T I'KL 


SKIN 

i)S(; 


Bismiuh iclluridc. 
Undoped 
Total dust 
Rospirabic traction 


1304-82-1 


15 mg/m'TWA 
5 nig/nv' TWA 


15 mg/m'TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Bismuth tclkindc, Se- 
doped 


1304-82-1 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Borates, tctra (;inhydr) 


1330-43-4 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Borates, tetra (decahyd) 


1303-96-43 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Borates, tetra tpent;ihyd) 


12179-04-3 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Boron oxide 
Total dust 
Respirable traction 


1303-86-2 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Boron tnbromide 


10294-33-4 


No former PEL 


1 ppm (C) 




Boron tritluoride 


7637-07-2 


1 ppmTWA(C) 


1 ppmTWA (C) 




Bromacil 


314-40-9 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




Bromine 


7726-95-6 


0.1 ppmTWA 


0.1 ppmTWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 




Bromine pentafluoride 


7789-30-2 




0.1 ppmTWA 




Bromot'orm 


75-25-2 


0.5 ppmTWA 


0.5 ppmTWA 


X 


Butadiene 0-3-Butadiene) 
See:9CFR 1910.1051; 
:9CFR 1910.19(1) 


106-99-0 








Butane 


106-97-8 


No former PEL 


800 ppm TWA 




Butanethiol; See Butyl 
mercaptan 










2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl 
ketone) 


78-93-3 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
300 ppm STEL 




2-Buto\yethanol 


111-76-2 


50 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 


X 


n-Butyl-acetate 


123-86-4 


150 ppm TWA 


150 ppm TWA 
200 ppm STEL 




5?c-Butyl acetate 


105-46-4 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 




rerr-Butyl acetate 


540-88-5 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 




n-Butyl acrylate 


141-32-2 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




n-Butyl aJcohol 


71-36-3 


100 ppm TWA 


50 ppm (C) 


X 


5^c-Butyl alcohol 


78-92-2 


150 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
>aJMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


lert-Butyl alcohol 


75-65-0 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
150 ppm STEL 




Butylamine 


109-73-9 


5 ppm (C) 


5 ppm (C) 


X 


tert-Bulyl chromate 
(as CrO(3)) 


1189-85-1 


0.1 mg/mMC) 


0.1 mg/m3 (C) 


X 


n-Butyl glycidyl ether 
(BGE) 


2426-08-6 


50 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




/!-Butyl lactate 


138-22-7 




5 ppm TWA 




«-Butyl mercaptan 


109-79-5 


10 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 




Butyl mercaptan 


109-79-5 


10 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 




o-sec-Butylphenol 


89-72-5 


No former PEL 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


p-tert-Butyltoluene 


98-51-1 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 
20 ppm STEL 




Cadmium (as Cd); 
see 1910.1027 


7440-43-9 








Calcium Carbonate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1317-65-3 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Calcium cyanamide 


156-62-7 


No former PEL 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Calcium hydroxide 


1305-62-0 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Calcium oxide 


1305-78-8 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Calcium silicate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1344-95-2 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Calcium sulfate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


7778-18-9 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


15mg/m3TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Camphor, synthetic 


76-22-2 


2 mg/m3 TWA 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Caprolactam (dust) 


105-60-2 


No former PEL 


1 mg/m3 TWA 
3 mg/m3 STEL 




Caprolactam (vapor) 


105-60-2 


No former PEL 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 




Captafol (Difolatan) 


2425-06-1 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 




Captan 


133-06-2 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Carbaryl (Sevin) 


63-25-2 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Carbofuran 


1563-66-2 


No former PEL 


0. 1 mg/m' TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Carbon black 


1333-86-4 


3.5 mg/m^TWA 


3.5 mg/m' TWA 




Carbon dioxide 


124-38-9 


5000 ppm TWA 


5000 ppm TWA 




Carbon disulfide 


75-15-0 


Table Z-2 


20 ppm TWA 

30 ppm (C)* 

100 ppm Peak* 

♦Maximum duration is 

30 min. for 8-hr. shift. 


X 


Carbon monoxide 


630-08-0 


50 ppm TWA 


35 ppm TWA 

200 ppm (C) 




Carbon tetrabromide 


558-13-4 


No former PEL 


O.I ppm TWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 




Carbon tetrachloride 


56-23-5 


Table Z-2 


2 ppm TWA 




Carbonyl fluoride 


353-50-4 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 
5 ppm STEL 




Catechol (Pyrocatechol) 


120-80-9 


No former PEL 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


Cellulose 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


9004-34-6 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Cesium hydroxide 


21351-79-1 


No former PEL 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Chlordane 


57-74-9 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Chlorinated camphene 


8001-35-2 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 
1 mg/m' STEL 


X 


Chlorinated diphenyl oxide 


55720-99-5 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m^ TWA 




Chlorine 


7782-50-5 


1 ppm (C) 


0.5 ppm TWA 
1.0 ppm STEL 




Chlorine dioxide 


10049-04-4 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 




Chlorine trifluoride 


7790-91-2 


0.1 ppm(C) 


0.1 ppm (C) 




Chloroacetaldehyde 


107-20-0 


1 ppm (C) 


1 ppm (C) 




a-Chloroacetophenone 
(Phenacyl chloride) 


532-27-4 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Chloroacetyl chloride 


79-04-9 


No former PEL 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Chlorobenzene 


108-90-7 


75 ppm TWA 


75 ppm TWA 




o-Chlorobenzylidene 
malononitrile 


2698-41-1 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm (C) 


X 


Chlorobromomethane 


74-97-5 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


2-Chloro-l,3-butadiene; 
See fee/a-Chloroprene 










Chlorodifluoromethane 


75-45-6 


No former PEL 


1000 ppm TWA 




Chlorodiphenyl 
(42% Chlorine)(PCB) 


53469-21-9 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Chlorodiphenyl 
(54% Chlorine)(PCB) 


11097-69-1 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


l-Chloro-2, 
3-epoxypropane; 
See Epichlorohydrin 










2-Chloroethanol; See 
Ethylene chlorohydrin 










Chloroethylene; 
see Vinyl chloride. 










Chloroform 
(Trichloromethane) 


67-66-3 


50 ppm (C) 


2 ppm TWA 




bis-Chloromethyl 
ether; see 1910.1(X)8 


542-88-1 








Chloromethyl methyl 
ether; see 1910.1006 


107-30-2 








1 -Chloro- 1 -nitropropane 


600-25-9 


20 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 




Chloropentafluoroethane 


76-15-3 


No former PEL 


1000 ppm TWA 




Chloropicrin 


76-06-2 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 




beta-Chloroprene 


126-99-8 


25 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


o-Chlorostyrene 


2039-87-4 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 
75 ppm STEL 




o-Cholorotoluene 


95-49-8 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 




2-Chloro-6 
(trichloromethyl) pyridine 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1929-82-4 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Chlorpyrifos 


2921-88-2 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Chromic acid and 
chromates (as CrO(3)) 


Varies with 
compound 


Table Z-2 


0.1 ppm(C) 




Chromium (II) compounds 
(asCr) 


7440-47-3 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Chromium (III) 
compounds (as Cr) 


7440-47-3 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Chromium metal and insol. 

salts (as Cr) 


7440-47-3 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Chrysene; see Coal tar 
pitch volatiles 










Clopidol 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


2971-90-6 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Coal dust (less than 
5% SiO(2)), respirable 
fraction 




Table Z-3 


2 mg/m3 TWA 




Coal dust (greater than or 
equal to 5% SiO(2)), 
respirable fraction 




Table Z-3 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 




Coal tar pitch 
volatiles (benzene 
soluble fraction), 
anthracene, BaP, 
phenanthrene, 
acridine, chrysene, 
pyrene. 


65966-93-2 


0.2 mg/m' TWA 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 




Cobalt, metal; dust 
and fume (as Co) 


7440-48-4 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0.05 mg/m' TWA 




Cobalt carbonyl (as Co) 


10210-68-1 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Cobalt hydrocarbonyl (as 
Co) 


16842-03-8 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Coke oven emissions; see 
1910.1029 










Copper 
Fume (as Cu) 
Dusts and mists (as Cu) 


7440-50-8 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 
1 mg/m3 TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 
1 mg/m3 TWA 




Cotton dust, raw, (e); See 
1910.1043 




The time-weighted 

average applies to the 

cotton waste 

processing operation 

of waste recycling 

(blending, sorting, 

cleaning and 

willowing) and 

gametting. 


The time-weighted 

average applies to the 

cotton waste processing 

operation of waste 

recycling (blending, 

sorting, cleaning and 

willowing) and 

gametting 




Crag herbicide (Sesone) 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction. 


136-78-7 


15 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Cresol, all isomers 


Varies with 
compound 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Crotonaldehyde 


123-73-9 
4170-30-3 


2 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 




Crufomate 


299-86-5 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Cumene 


98-82-8 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 


X 


Cyan amide 


420-04-2 




2 mg/m^ TWA 




Cyanides (as Cn) 


Varies with 
compound 


5 mg/m^TWA 


5 mg/m^ TWA 




Cyanogen 


460-19-5 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




Cyanogen chloride 


506-77-4 


No former PEL 


0.3 ppm (C) 




Cyclohexane 


110-82-7 


300 ppm TWA 


300 ppm TWA 




Cyclohexanol 


108-93-0 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 


X 


Cyclohexanone 


108-94-1 


50 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




Cyclohexene 


110-83-8 


300 ppm TWA 


300 ppm TWA 




Cyclohexylamine 


108-91-8 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




Cyclonite 


121-82-4 


No former PEL 


1.5mg/m3TWA 


X 


Cyclopentadiene 


542-92-7 


75 ppm TWA 


75 ppm TWA 




Cyclopentane 


287-92-3 


No former PEL 


600 ppm TWA 




Cyhexatin 


13121-70-5 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




2,4-D (Dichlorophen- 
oxyacetic acid) 


94-75-7 


10 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Decaborane 


17702-41-9 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 
0.15 ppm STEL 


X 


Demeton (Systox) 


8065-48-3 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Diacetone alcohol 
(4-Hydroxy-4-methyl- 
2-pentanone) 


123-42-2 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




1,2-Diaminoethane; 
see Ethylenediamine 










Diazinon 


333-41-5 


No former PEL 


0. 1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Diazomethane 


334-88-3 


0.2 ppm TWA 


0.2 ppm TWA 




Diborane 


19287-45-7 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 




l,2-Dibromo-3- 
chloropropane (DBCP) 
see 1910.1044 


96-12-8 









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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


1,2-Dibromoethane; see 
Ethylene dibromide 










2-N-Dibutylaminoethanol 


102-81-8 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 




Dibutyl phosphate 


107-66-4 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 

2 ppm STEL 




Dibutyl phthalate 


84-74-2 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Dichloroacetylene 


7572-29-4 


No former PEL 


0.1 ppm(C) 




o-Dichlorobenzene 


95-50-1 


50 ppm (C) 


50 ppm (C) 




/7-Dichlorobenzene 


106-46-7 


75 ppm TWA 


75 ppm TWA 
1 10 ppm STEL 




3,3' -Dichlorobenzidine; 
see 1910.1007 


91-94-1 








Dichlorodifluoromethane 


75-71-8 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




l,3-Dichloro-5,5- 
dimethyl hydantoin 


118-52-5 


0.2 mg/m^ TWA 


0.2 mg/m^ TWA 
0.4 mg/m' STEL 




Dichlorodiphenyltri- 
chloroethane (DDT) 


50-29-3 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 


X 


1,1-Dichloroethane 


75-34-3 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




1,2-Dichloroethane; see 
Ethylene dichloride 










1,2-Dichloroethylene 


540-59-0 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 




Dichloroethyl ether 


111-44-4 


15 ppm (C) 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 




Dichloromethane; see 
Methylene chloride 










Dichloromonofluoro- 
methane 


75-43-4 


1000 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




1,1-Dichloro -1- 
nitroethane 


594-72-9 


10 ppm (C) 


2 ppm TWA 




1,2-Dichloropropane; see 
Propylene dichloride 










1,3 Dichloropropene 


542-75-6 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


2,2-Dichloropropionic 
acid 


75-99-0 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




Dichlorotetrafluoro- 
ethane 


76-14-2 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Dichlorvos (DDVP) 


62-73-7 


1 mg/m' TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKEV 
DSG 


Dicrotophos 


141-66-2 


No former PEL 


0.25 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Dicyclopentadiene 


77-73-6 


No former PEL 


5 ppm TWA 




Dicyclopentadienyl iron 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


102-54-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Dieldrin 


60-57-1 


0.25 mg/m3 TWA 


0.25 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Diethanolamine 


111-42-2 


No former PEL 


3 ppm TWA 




Diethylamine 


109-89-7 


25 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 
25 ppm STEL 




2-Diethylaminoethanol 


100-37-8 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


Diethyl ether; see Ethyl 
ether 










Diethyl ketone 


96-22-0 


No former PEL 


200 ppm TWA 




Diethyl phthalate 


84-66-2 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m^TWA 




Diethylene triamine 


111-40-0 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




Difluorodibromomethane 


75-61-6 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Diglycidyl ether (DGE) 


2238-07-5 


0.5 ppm (C) 


0.1 ppm TWA 




Dihydroxybenzene; 
see Hydroquinone 










Diisobutyl ketone 


108-83-8 


50 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




Diisopropylamine 


108-18-9 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


4-Dimethylaminoazo- 
benzene; 
see 1910.1015 


60-11-7 








Dimethoxymethane; 
see Methylal 










Dimethyl acetamide 


127-19-5 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


Dimethylamine 


124-40-3 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Dimethylaminobenzene; 
see Xylidine 










Dimethylaniline 
(N,N-Dimethylaniline) 


121-69-7 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 


X 
X 


Dimethylbenzene; 

see Xylene 











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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Dimethyl- 1 ,2-dibromo-2 
2-dichloroethyl 
phosphate 


300-76-5 


3 mg/m' TWA 


3 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Dimethylformamide 


68-12-2 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


2,6-Dimethyl-4- 
heptanone; see 
Diisobutyl ketone 










1 , 1 -Dimethylhydrazine. 


57-14-7 


0.5 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 


X 


Dimethylphthalate 


131-11-3 


5 mg/m' TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Dimethyl sulfate 


77-78-1 


1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 


X 


Dinitolmide 
(3,5-dinitro- 
o-toluamide) 


148-01-6 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m^TWA 




Dinitrobenzene 
(all isomers) 
(ortho) 
(meta) 
(para) 


528-29-0 

99-65-0 

100-25-4 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Dinitro-o-cresol 


534-52-1 


0.2 mg/m^TWA 


0.2 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Dinitrotoluene 


25321-14-6 


1.5 mg/m^TWA 


1.5 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Dioxane 
(Diethylene dioxide) 


123-91-1 


100 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 


X 


Dioxathion 


78-34-2 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Diphenyl (Biphenyl) 


92-52-4 


0.2 ppm TWA 


0.2 ppm TWA 




Diphenylamine 


122-39-4 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m^TWA 




Diphenylmethane 
diisocyanate; see 
Methylene bisphenyl 
isocyanate 










Dipropyl ketone 


123-19-3 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 




Dipropylene glycol 

methyl ether 


34590-94-8 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
150ppmSTEL 


X 


Diquat 


85-00-7 


No former PEL 


0.5 mg/m^ TWA 




Hi-sec octyl phthalate 
(Di-(2-ethylhexyl) 
phthalate) 


117-81-7 


5 mg/m' TWA 


5 mg/m' TWA 
10 mg/m^ STEL 




Disulfiram (Antabuse) 


97-77-8 


No former PEL 


2 mg/m3 TWA 




Disulfoton 


298-04-4 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m-'TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


2,6-Di-rerf-butyl- 
/7-cresol 


128-37-0 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m^TWA 




Diuron 


330-54-1 


No former PEL 


10 mg/m3 TWA 




Divinyl benzene 


108-57-6 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




Emery 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction. 


12415-34-8 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Endosulfan 


115-29-7 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Endrin 


72-20-8 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Epichlorohydrin 


106-89-8 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


EPN 


2104-64-5 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


X 


1,2-Epoxypropane; see 
Propylene oxide 










2,3-Epoxy-I-propanol; 
see Glycidol 










Ethanethiol; see 
Ethyl mercaptan 










Ethanolamine 


141-43-5 


3 ppm TWA 


3 ppm TWA 
6 ppm STEL 




Ethion 


563-12-2 


No former PEL 


0.4 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


2-Ethoxyethanol 
(Cellosolve) 


1 10-80-5 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 


X 


2-Ethoxyethyl acetate 
(Cellosolve acetate) 


111-15-9 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 


X 


Ethyl acetate 


141-78-6 


400 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 




Ethyl acrylate 


140-88-5 


25 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 
25 ppm STEL 


X 


Ethyl alcohol (Ethanol) 


64-17-5 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Ethylamine 


75-04-7 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Ethyl amyl ketone 
(5-Methyl-3- 
heptanone) 


106-68-3 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




Ethyl benzene 


100-41-4 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
125 ppm STEL 




Ethyl bromide 


74-96-4 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Ethyl butyl ketone 
(3-Heptanone) 


106-35-4 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




Ethyl chloiide 


75-00-3 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Ethyl ether 


60-29-7 


400 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 
500 ppm STEL 




Ethyl formate 


109-94-4 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Ethyl mercaptan 


75-08-1 


10 ppm (C) 


0.5 ppm TWA 




Ethyl silicate 


78-10-4 


100 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Ethylene chlorohydrin 


107-07-3 


5 ppm TWA 


1 ppm (C) 


X 


Ethylenediamine 


107-15-3 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Ethylene dibromide 


106-93-4 


20 ppm TWA 


20 ppm TWA 




Ethylene dichloride 
(1,2-Dichloroethane) 


107-06-2 


Table Z-2 


1 ppm TWA 

2 ppm STEL 




Ethylene glycol 


107-21-1 


No former PEL 


50 ppm (C) 




Ethylene glycol 
dinitrate 


628-96-6 


1 mg/m' (C) 


0.1 mg/m3 STEL 


X 


Ethylene glycol methyl 
acetate; see Methyl 
cellosolve acetate 










Ethyleneimine; 
see 1910.1012 


151-56-4 








Ethylene oxide: 
see 1910.1047 


75-21-8 








Ethylidene chloride; 
see 1,1-Dichlorethane 










N-Ethylmorpholine 


100-74-3 


20 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


Fenamiphos 


22224-92-6 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Fensulfothion 


115-90-2 


No former PEL 


0,1 mg/m'TWA 




Fenthion 


55-38-9 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Ferbam 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


14484-64-1 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Ferrovanadium dust 


12604-58-9 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 
3 mg/m3 STEL 




Fluorides (as F) 


Varies with 
compounds 


2.5 mg/m' TWA 


2.5 mg/m' TWA 




Fluorine 


7782-41-4 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Fluorotrichloromethane 
(Trichloro- 
fluoromethane) 


75-69-4 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA (C) 




Fonofos 


944-22-9 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


Formaldehyde; 
see 1910.1048 


50-00-0 








Formamide 


75-12-7 


No former PEL 


20 ppm TWA 
30 ppm STEL 




Formic acid 


64-18-6 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 




Furfural 


98-01-1 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Furfuryl alcohol 


98-00-0 


50 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 
15 ppm STEL 


X 


Gasoline 


8006-61-9 


No former PEL 


300 ppm TWA 
500 ppm STEL 




Germanium tetrahydride 


7782-65-2 


No former PEL 


0.2 ppm TWA 




Glycerin (mist) 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


56-81-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Glycidol 


556-52-5 


50 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




Glycol monoethyl ether; see 
2-Ethoxyethanol 










Grain dust (oat, wheat 
barley) 




No former PEL 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Graphite, natural 
respirable dust 


7782-42-5 


Table Z-3 


2,5 mg/m^TWA 




Graphite, synthetic 
Total dust 
Respirable Fraction 


none 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Guthion; 
see Azinphos methyl 










Gypsum 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


13397-214-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Hafnium 


7440-58-6 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 




Heptachlor 


76-44-8 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Heptane (n-Heptane) 


142-82-5 


500 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 
500 ppm STEL 




Hexachlorobutadiene 


87-68-3 


No former PEL 


0.02 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Hexachloroethane 


67-72-1 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


Hexachloronaphthalene 


1335-87-1 


0.2 mg/m-' TWA 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Hexafluoroacetone 


684-16-2 


No former PEL 


0.1 ppm TWA 


X 


n-Hexane 


110-54-3 


500 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




Hexane isomers 


Varies 


No former PEL 


500 ppm TWA 
1000 ppm STEL 




2-Hexanone (Methyl 
n-butyl ketone) 


591-78-6 


100 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 




Hexone (Methyl 
isobutyl ketone) 


108-10-1 


100 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 
75 ppm STEL 




sec-Wt\y\ acetate 


108-84-9 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




Hexylene glycol 


107-41-5 


No former PEL 


25 ppm (C) 




Hydrazine 


302-01-2 


1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 


X 


Hydrogen bromide 


10035-10-6 


3 ppm TWA 


3 ppm (C) 




H\drogen chloride 


7647-01-0 


5 ppm (C) 


5 ppm (C) 




Hydrogen cyanide 


74-90-8 


10 ppm TWA 


4.7 ppm STEL 


X 


Hydrogen fluoride 
(as F) 


7664-39-3 


No former PEL 


3 ppm TWA 
6 ppm STEL 




Hydrogen peroxide 


7722-84-1 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Hydrogen selenide (as Se) 


7783-07-5 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Hydrogen sulfide 


7783-06-4 


Table Z-2 


10 ppm TWA 
15 ppm STEL 




Hydrogenated terphenyls 


61788-32-7 


No former PEL 


0.5 ppm TWA 




Hydroquinone 


123-31-9 


2 mg/m' TWA 


2 mg/m3 TWA 




2-Hydroxypropyl acrylate 


999-61-1 


No former PEL 


0.5 ppm TWA 


X 


Indene 


95-13-6 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




Indium & compounds (As 
In) 


7440-74-6 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Iodine 


7553-56-2 


0.1 mg/m-^ (C) 


0.1 ppm (C) 




Iodoform 


75-47-8 


No former PEL 


0.6 ppm TWA 




Iron oxide, dust & fume 
Total paniculate 


1309-37-1 


10 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Iron pentacarbonyl 


13463-40-6 


No former PEL 


0.1 ppm TWA 
0.2 ppm STEL 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Iron salts (soluble) 
(as Fe) 


Varies with 
compound 


No former PEL 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Isoamyl acetate 


123-92-2 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Isoamyl alcohol 
(primary and secondary) 


123-51-3 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
125 ppm STEL 




Isobutyl acetate 


110-19-0 


150 ppm TWA 


150 ppm TWA 




Isobutyl alcohol 


78-83-1 


100 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




Isooctyl alcohol 


26952-21-6 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 


X 


Isophorone 


78-59-1 


25 ppm TWA 


4 ppm TWA 




Isophorone diisocyanate 


4098-71-9 


No former PEL 


0.005 ppm TWA 
0.02 ppm STEL 


X 
X 


2-Isopropoxyethanol 


109-59-1 


No former PEL 


25 ppm TWA 




Isopropyl acetate 


108-21-4 


250 ppm TWA 


250 ppm TWA 
310 ppm STEL 




Isopropyl alcohol 


67-63-0 


400 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 
500 ppm STEL 




Isopropylamine 


75-31-0 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 




A'-Isopropyianiline 


768-52-5 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Isopropyl ether 


108-20-3 


500 ppm TWA 


500 ppm TWA 




Isopropyl glycidyl 
ether (IGE) 


4016-14-2 


50 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 
75 ppm STEL 




Kaolin 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1332-58-7 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Ketene 


463-51-4 


0.5 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 
1.5 ppm STEL 




Lead inorganic (as Pb); 
see 1910.1025 


7439-92-1 








Limestone 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction. 


1317-65-3 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Lindane 


58-89-9 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Lithium hydride 


7580-67-8 


0.025 mg/m3 TWA 


0.025 mg/m3 TWA 




L.P.G. (Liquified 
petroleum gas) 


68476-85-7 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Magnesite 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction. 


546-93-0 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m'TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Magnesium oxide fume 
Total Particulate 
Respirable fraction 


1309-48-4 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m5 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Malathion 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


121-75-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Maleic anhydride 


108-31-6 


0.25 ppm TWA 


0.25 ppm TWA 




Manganese compounds 

(as Mn) 


7439-96-5 


5 mg/m3 (C) 


5 mg/m3 TWA (C) 




Manganese fume (as Mn) 


7439-96-5 


5 mg/m3 (C) 


1 mg/m3 TWA 
3 mg/m' STEL 




Manganese cyclopentadi- 
enyl tricaronyUas Mn) 


12079-65-1 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Manganese tetroxide(Mn) 


1317-35-7 


No former PEL 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Marble 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1317-65-3 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Mercury (aryl and 
inorganicXas Hg) 


7439-97-6 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m3 (C) 


X 


Mercury (organo) alkyl 
compounds (as Hg) 


7439-97-6 
7439-97-6 


0.01 mg/m3 TWA 
0.04 mg/m' (C) 


0.01 mg/m3 TWA 
0.03 mg/m3 STEL 


X 


Mercury (vapor) (as Hg) 


7439-97-6 


0.1 mg/m' TWA 


0.05 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Mesityl oxide 


141-79-7 


25 ppm TWA 


15 ppm TWA 
25 ppm STEL 




Methacrylic acid 


79-14-4 


No former PEL 


20 ppm TWA 


X 


Methanethiol; 
see Methyl mercaptan. 










Methomyl 


16752-77- 15 


No former PEL 


2.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Methoxychlor 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


72-43-5 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




2-Methoxyethanoi; 
(Methyl cellosolve) 


109-86-4 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 


X 


2-Methoxyethyl acetate 

(Methyl cellosolve 
acetate) 


110-49-6 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 


X 


4-Methoxyphenol 


150-76-5 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Methyl acetate 


79-20-9 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 




Methyl acetylene (Propyne) 


74-99-7 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Methyl acetylene 
propadiene mixture 
(MAPP) 




1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 
1250 ppm STEL 




Methyl acrylate 


96-33-3 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


Methylacrylonitrile 


126-98-7 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


Methylal 
(Dimethoxymethane) 


109-87-5 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Methyl alcohol 


67-56-1 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 


X 
X 


Methylamine 


74-89-5 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Methyl amyl alcohol; 
see Methyl Isobutyl 
carbinol 










Methyl n-amyl ketone 


1 10-43-0 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Methyl bromide 


74-83-9 


20 ppm (C) 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


Methyl butyl ketone; 
see 2-Hexanone 










Methyl cellosolve; 
see 2-Methoxyethanol 










Methyl cellosolve 
acetate; 

see 2-Methoxyethyl 
acetate 










Methyl chloride 


74-87-3 


100 ppm TWA 

200 ppm (C) 


50 ppm TWA 
100 ppm STEL 




Methyl chloroform 
( 1,1,1 -Trichloro- 
ethane) 


71-55-6 


350 ppm TWA 


350 ppm TWA 
450 ppm STEL 




Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate 


137-05-3 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 
4 ppm STEL 




Methylcyclohexane 


108-87-2 


500 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 




Methylcyclohexanol 


25639-42-3 


100 ppm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 




o-Methylcyclohexanone 


583-60-8 


100 pm TWA 


50 ppm TWA 
75 ppm STEL 


X 



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PROPOSED RULES 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Methylcyclopenta- 
dienyl manganese 
tricarbonyl (as Mn) 


12108-13-3 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Methyl demeton 


8022-00-2 


No former PEL 


0.5 mg/ms TWA 


X 


4,4'-Methylene bis(2- 
chloroaniline)(MBOCA) 


101-14-4 


No former PEL 


0.02 ppm TWA 


X 


Methylene chloride 
See29CFR I9I0.1052 


75-09-2 








Methyl ethyl ketone 
(MEK); see 2-Butanone 










Methyl ethyl ketone 
peroxide (MEKP) 


1338-23-4 


No former PEL 


0.7 ppm (C) 




Methyl formate 


107-31-3 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
150ppmSTEL 




Methyl hydrazine 
(Monomethyl 
hydrazine) 


60-34-4 


0.2 ppm (C) 


0.2 ppm (C) 


X 


Methyl iodide 


74-88-4 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Methyl isoamyl ketone 


110-12-3 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 




Methyl isobutyl 
carbinol 


108-11-2 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 
40 ppm STEL 


X 
X 


Methyl isobutyl ketone; 
see Hexone 










Methyl isocyanate 


624-83-9 


0.02 ppm TWA 


0.02 ppm TWA 


X 


Methyl isopropyl ketone 


563-80-4 


No former PEL 


200 ppm TWA 




Methyl mercaptan 


74-93-1 


10 ppm (C) 


10 ppm (C) 




Methyl methacrylate 


80-62-6 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Methyl parathion 


298-00-0 


No former PEL 


0.2 mg/m^TWA 


X 


Methyl propyl ketone; 
see 2-Pentanone 










Methyl silicate 


681-84-5 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




alpha-Melhyl styrene 


98-83-9 


100 ppm (C) 


50 ppm TWA 
100 ppm STEL 




Methylene bis(4- 
cyclohexylisocyanate 


5124-30-1 


No former PEL 


0.01 ppm(C) 


X 


Methylene bisphenyl 
isocyanate (MDI) 


101-68-8 


0.02 ppm(C) 


0.02 ppm (C) 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Metribuzin 


21087-64-9 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Mica; see Silicates 










Molybdenum (as Mo) 
Soluble compounds 
Insoluble Compounds 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


7439-98-7 


5 mg/m3 TWA 

15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 

10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Monocrotophos 


6923-22-4 


No former PEL 


0.25 mg/m3 TWA 




Monomethyl aniline 


100-61-8 


2 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 


X 


Monomethyl hydrazine; 
see Methyl hydrazine 










Morpholine 


110-91-8 


20 ppm TWA 


20 ppm TWA 
30 ppm STEL 


X 
X 


Naphtha (Coal tar) 


8030-30-6 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Naphthalene 


91-20-3 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 
15 ppm STEL 




alpha-Naphthylamine; 
see 1910.1004 


134-32-7 








beta-Naphthylamine; 
see 1910.1009 


91-59-8 








Nickel carbonyl (as Ni) 


13463-39-3 


0.001 ppm TWA 


0.001 ppm TWA 




Nickel, metal and 
insoluble compounds 
(as Ni) 


7440-02-0 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Nickel, soluble 
compounds (as Ni) 


7440-02-0 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Nicotine 


54-11-5 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Nitric acid 


7697-37-2 


2 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 
4 ppm STEL 




Nitric oxide 


10102-43-9 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




/?-Nitroaniline 


100-01-6 


6 mg/m3 TWA 


3 mglva? TWA 


X 


Nitrobenzene 


98-95-3 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


p-Nitrochlorobenzene 


100-00-5 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


4-Nitrodiphenyl; 
see 1910.1003 


92-93-3 








Nitroethane 


79-24-3 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Nitrogen dioxide 


10102-44-0 


5 ppm (C) 


1 ppm STEL 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Nitrogen trifluoride 


7783-54-2 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




Nitroglycerin 


55-63-0 


1 mg/m3 (C) 


0. 1 mg/m3 STEL 


X 


Nitromethane 


75-52-5 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




1-Nitropropane 


108-03-2 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 




2-Nitropropane 


79-46-9 


25 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




N-Nitrosodimethylamine; 
see 1910.1016 










Nitrotoluene 
(all isomers) 
o-isomer 
/n-isomer 
p-isomer 


88-72-2 
99-08-1 
99-99-0 


5 ppm TWA 
5 ppm TWA 
5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 
2 ppm TWA 
2 ppm TWA 


X 
X 
X 


Nitrotrichloromethane; 
see Chloropicrin 










Nonane 


111-84-2 


No former PEL 


200 ppm TWA 




Octachloronaphthalene 


2234-13-1 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 
0.3 mg/m^STEL 


X 


Octane 


111-65-9 


500 ppm TWA 


300 ppm TWA 
375 ppm STEL 




Oil mist, mineral 


8012-95-1 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Osmium letroxide 
(asOs) 


20816-12-0 


0.002 mg/m3 TWA 


0.002 mg/m3 TWA 
0.006 mg/m3 STEL 




O.xalic acid 


144-62-7 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 

2 mg/m' STEL 




Oxygen difluoride 


7783-41-7 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm (C) 




Ozone 


10028-15-6 


0. 1 ppm TWA 


0. 1 ppm TWA 
0.3 ppm STEL 




Paraffin wax fume 


8002-74-2 


No former PEL 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Paraquat, respirable 
dust 


4685-14-7 
1910-42-5 
2074-50-2 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0. 1 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Parathion 


56-38-2 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0. 1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Particulates not 

otherwise regulated 

(PNOR)(f) 
Total dust 

Respirable fraction 




15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 





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PROPOSED RULES 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


PCB; see Chlorodiphenyl 
(42% and 54% 
chlorine) 






' 




Pentaborane 


19624-22-7 


0.005 ppm TWA 


0.005 ppm TWA 
0.015 ppm STEL 




Pentachloronaphthalene 


1321-64-8 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Pentachlorophenol 


87-86-5 


0.5 mg/m^ TWA 


0.5 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Pentaerythritol 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


115-77-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Pentane 


109-66-0 


1000 ppm TWA 


600 ppm TWA 
750 ppm STEL 




2-Pentanone (Methyl 
propyl ketone) 


107-87-9 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 




Perchloroethylene 
(Tetrachloroethylene) 


127-18-4 


Table Z-2 


25 ppm TWA 




Perchloromethyl 
mercaptan 


594-42-3 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 




Perchloryl fluoride 


7616-94-6 


3 ppm TWA 


3 ppm TWA 
6 ppm STEL 




Perlite 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


93763-70-3 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Petroleum distillates 
(Naphtha)(Rubber 
Solvent) 


8002-05-9 


500 ppm TWA 


400 ppm TWA 




Phenol 


108-95-2 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


Phenothiazine 


92-84-2 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 


X 


/7-Phenylene diamine 


106-50-3 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0. 1 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Phenyl ether, vapor 


101-84-8 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Phenyl ether-biphenyl 
mixture, vapor 




1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Phenylethylene; 
see Styrene 










Phenyl glycidyl ether 
(PGE) 


122-60-1 


10 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Phenylhydrazine 


100-63-0 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 


X 


Phenyl mercaptan. 


108-98-5 


No former PEL 


0.5 ppm TWA 





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PROPOSED RULES 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Phenylphosphine 


638-21-1 


No former PEL 


0.05 ppm (C) 




Phorate (Thimet) 


298-02-2 


No former PEL 


0.05 mg/m' TWA 
0.2 mg/m3 STEL 


X 


Phosdrin (Mevinphos) 


7786-34-7 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 
0.3 mg/m3 STEL 


X 
X 


Phosgene (Carbonyl 

chloride) 


75-44-5 


0.1 ppmTWA 


0.1 ppmTWA 




Phosphine 


7803-51-2 


0.3 ppm TWA 


0.3 ppm TWA 
1 ppm STEL 




Phosphoric acid 


7664-38-2 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 
3 mg/m3 STEL 




Phosphorus (yellow) 


7723-14-0 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0. 1 mg/m3 TWA 




Phosphorus oxychloride 


10025-87-3 


No former PEL 


0. 1 ppm TWA 




Phosphorus 
pentachloride 


10026-13-8 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Phosphorus pentasulfide 


1314-80-3 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 
3 mg/m' STEL 




Phosphorus trichloride 


7719-12-2 


0.5 ppm TWA 


0.2 ppm TWA 
0.5 ppm STEL 




Phthalic anhydride 


85-44-9 


2 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




m-Phthalodinitrile 


626-17-5 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Picloram 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1918-02-1 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Picric acid 


88-89-1 


0. 1 mg/m' TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


Pindone (2-Pivalyl-l , 
3-indandione) 


83-26-1 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 




Piperazine dihydro- 
chloride 


142-64-3 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Plaster of paris 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


26499-65-0 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Platinum (as Pt) 
Meta] 
Soluble Salts 


7440-06-4 


0.002 mg/m' TWA 


1 mg/m^TWA 
0.002 mg/m3 TWA 




Portland cement 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


65997-15-1 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Propane 


74-98-6 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Propargyl alcohol 


107-19-7 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


Propionic acid 


79-09-4 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 




Propoxur 


114-26-1 


No former PEL 


0.5 mg/m5 TWA 




toa-Propiolactone; 
see 1910.1013 


57-57-8 








/i-Propyl acetate 


109-60-4 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 




n-Propyl alcohol 


71-23-8 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 




rt-Propyl nitrate 


627-13-4 


25 ppm TWA 


25 ppm TWA 
40 ppm STEL 




Propylene dichloride 


78-87-5 


75 ppm TWA 


75 ppm TWA 
110 ppm STEL 




Propylene glycol 
dinitrate 


6423-43-4 


No former PEL 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Propylene glycol mono- 
methyl ether 


107-98-2 


No former PEL 


100 ppm TWA 
150 ppm STEL 




Propylene imine 


75-55-8 


2 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Propylene oxide 


75-56-9 


100 ppm TWA 


20 ppm TWA 




Propyne; see Methyl 
acetylene 










Pyrethrum 


8003-34-7 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Pyridine 


110-86-1 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 




Quinone 


106-51-4 


0.1 ppm TWA 


0.1 ppm TWA 




RDX: see Cyclonite 










Resorcinol 


108-46-3 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 
20 ppm STEL 




Rhodium (as Rh), metal 
fume and insoluble 
compounds 


7440-16-6 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Rhodium (as Rh), 
soluble compounds 


7440-16-6 


0.001 mg/m^TWA 


0.001 mg/m3 TWA 




Ronnel 


299-84-3 


15mg/m3TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 




Rotenone 


83-79-4 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m' TWA 





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PROPOSED RULES 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Rouge 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 




15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Selenium compounds 
(as Se) 


7782-49-2 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 




Selenium hexafluoride 
(as Se) 


7783-79-1 


0.05 ppm TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 




Silica, amorphous, 
precipitated and gel 


112926-00-8 


Table Z-3 


6 mg/m3 TWA 




Silica, amorphous, 
diatomaceous earth, 
containing less than 
1% crystalline silica 




Table Z-3 


6 mg/m3 TWA 




Silica, crystalline 
cristobalite, respirable dust 


14464-46-1 


Table Z-3 


0.05 mg/m^ TWA 




Silica, crystalline 
quartz, respirable dust 


14808-60-7 


Table Z-3 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Silica, crystalline 
tripoli (as quartz), 
respirable dust 


1317-95-9 


Table Z-3 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Silica, crystalline 
tridymite, 
respirable dust 


15468-32-3 


Table Z-3 


0.05 mg/m^ TWA 




Silica, fused, 
respirable dust 


60676-86-0 


Table Z-3 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 




Silicates (less than 1 % 
crystalline silica) 
Mica (respirable dust) 

Soapstone, total dust 
Soapstone, respirable dust 
Talc (containing 
asbestos): use asbestos 
limit: see 

29CFR 1910.1001 


12001-26-2 


Table Z-3 
Table Z-3 
Table Z-3 


3 mg/m' TWA 
6 mg/m' TWA 
3 mg/m^ TWA 




Talc (containing no 

asbestos), 
respirable dust 
Tremolite, 

asbestiform; see 

1910.1001 


14807-96-6 


Table Z-3 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Silicon 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


7440-21-3 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Silicon carbide 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


409-21-2 


15 mg/m^TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Silicon tetrahydride 


7803-62-5 




5 ppm TWA 




Silver, metal dust and fume 

(as Ag) 


7440-22-4 


0.01 mg/m^TWA 


0.01 mg/m^TWA 




Soapstone; 
see Silicates 










Sodium azide 
(as HN3) 
(as NaNj) 


26628-22-8 


No former PEL 


0.1 ppm(C) 
0.3 mg/m' (C) 


X 
X 


Sodium bisulfite 


7631-90-5 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Sodium fluoroacetate 


62-74-8 


0.05 mg/m^TWA 


0.05 mg/m3 TWA 
0.15 mg/m^ STEL 


X 
X 


Sodium hydroxide 


1310-73-2 


2 mg/m' TWA 


2 mg/m' (C) 




Starch 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


9005-25-8 


15 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Stibine 


7803-52-3 


0.1 ppmTWA 


0.1 ppmTWA 




Stoddard solvent 


8052-41-3 


500 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Strychnine 


57-24-9 


0.15 mg/m^TWA 


0.15 mg/m3 TWA 




Styrene 


100-42-5 


Table Z-2 


50 ppm TWA 
100 ppm STEL 




Sucrose 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


57-50-1 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




Sulfur dioxide 


7446-09-5 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 
5 ppm STEL 




Sulfur hexafluoride 


2551-62-4 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Sulfuric acid 


7664-93-9 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m3 TWA 




Sulfur monochloride 


10025-67-9 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm (C) 




Sulfur pentafluoride 


5714-22-7 


0.025 ppm TWA 


0.01 ppm (C) 




Sulfur tetrafluoride 


7783-60-0 




0.1 ppm(C) 




Sulfuryl fluoride 


2699-79-8 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 
10 ppm STEL 




Sulprofos 


35400-43-2 


No former PEL 


1 mg/m' TWA 





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PROPOSED RULES 



SL^STANCE 


CAS 
NX^IBER 


FORMER PEL 


CLUREM PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


S>stox: see Demeton.. 
2,4, 5-T (2.4,5-tn- 

chlorophenoxyacetic 

acid) 


93-76-5 


10 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 




Talc; see Silicates 










Tantalum, metal and 
oxide dust 


7440-25-7 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m^TWA 




TEDP (Sulfotep) 


3689-24-5 


0.2 mg/m-' TWA 


0.2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Tellurium and 
compounds (as Te) 


13494-80-9 


0.1 mg/m3 TWA 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 




Tellurium hexafluoride 
(as Tei 


7783-80-4 


0.02 ppm TWA 


0.02 ppm TWA 




Temephos 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


3383-96-8 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 




TEPP (Tetraethyl 
pyrophosphaate) 


107-49-3 


0.05 mg/m^TWA 


0.05 ppm TWA 


X 


Terphenyls 


26140-60-3 


1 ppm (C) 


0.5 ppm (C) 




1.1,1.2-Tetrachloro- 
2,2-difluoroethane 


76-11-9 


500 ppm TWA 


500 ppm TWA 




1.1.2.2-Tetrachloro- 
1,2-difluoroethane 


76-12-0 


500 ppm TWA 


500 ppm TWA 




1 . 1 ,2.2-Tetrachloroethane 


79-34-5 


5 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


Tetrachloroethylene: 
see Perchloroethylene 










Tetrachloro methane: see 
Carbon tetrachloride 










Tetrachloronaphthalene 


1335-88-2 


2 mgm-' TWA 


2 mg/m3 TWA 


X 


Tetraethyl lead (as Pb) 


78-00-2 


0.075 mg/m3 TWA 


0.075 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Tetrah\-drofuran 


109-99-9 


200 ppm TWA 


200 ppm TWA 
250 ppm STEL 




Tetrameth\'l lead (as Pb) 


75-74-1 


0.075 mg/m3 TWA 


0.075 mg.'m' TWA 


X 


Tetramethyl 
succinonitrile 


3333-52-6 


0.5 ppm TWA 


0.5 ppm TWA 


X 


Tetranitromethane 


509-14-8 


1 ppm TWA 


1 ppm TWA 




Tetrasodium 
P> rophosphate 


7722-88-5 




5 mg m' TWA 





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PROPOSED RULES 



SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Tetryl (2,4,6-Trinitro- 
phenylmethyl- 
nitramine) 


479-45-8 


1.5 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


Thallium, soluble 
compounds (as Tl) 


7440-28-0 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


4,4'-Thiobis(6-/m- 
Butyl-/n-cresol) 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


96-69-5 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Thioglycolic acid 


68-11-1 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 


X 


Thionyl chloride 


7719-09-7 


No former PEL 


1 ppm (C) 




Thiram 


137-26-8 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m' TWA 




Tin, inorganic compounds 
(except oxides) (as Sn) 


7440-31-5 


No former PEL 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Tin, organic compounds 
(as Sn) 


7440-31-5 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


Tin oxide 


7440-31-5 


No former PEL 


2 mg/m' TWA 




Titanium dioxide 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


13463-67-7 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m3 TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Toluene 


108-88-3 


Table Z-2 


100 ppm TWA 
150ppmSTEL 




Toluene-2,4- 
diisocyanate (TDI) 


584-84-9 


0.02 ppm (C) 


0.005 ppm TWA 
0.02 ppm STEL 




m-Toluidine 


108-44-1 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


o-Toluidine 


95-53-4 


5 ppm TWA 


5 ppm TWA 


X 


/?-Toluidine 


106-49-0 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Toxaphene; see 
Chlorinated camphene 










Tremolite; 
see Silicates 










Tributyl phosphate 


126-73-8 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


2.5 mg/m3 TWA 




Trichloroacetic acid 


76-03-9 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




1,1,1 -Trichloroethane; 
see Methyl chloroform 










1 , 1 ,2-Trichloroethane 


79-00-5 


10 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 


X 



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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Trichloroethylene 


79-01-6 


Table Z-2 


50 ppm TWA 
200 ppm STEL 




Trichloromethane; 
see Chloroform 










Trichloronaphthalene 


1321-65-9 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m^ TWA 




1 ,2,3-Trichloropropane 


96-18-4 


50 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 




l,l,2-Trichloro-l,2, 2- 
trifluoroethane 


76-13-1 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 
1250 ppm STEL 




Triethylamine 


121-44-8 


25 ppm TWA 


10 ppm TWA 
15 ppm STEL 




Trifluorobromomethane 


75-63-8 


1000 ppm TWA 


1000 ppm TWA 




Trimellitic anhydride 


552-30-7 


No former PEL 


0.005 ppm TWA 




Trimethylamine 


75-50-3 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 
15 ppm STEL 




Trimethyl benzene 


25551-13-7 


No former PEL 


25 ppm TWA 




Trimethyl phosphite 


121-45-9 


No former PEL 


2 ppm TWA 




2,4,6-Trinitrophenyl; 
see Picric acid 










2,4,6-Trinitrophenyl- 

methyl nitramine; 
see Tetryl 










2 ,4 , 6-Trinitrotoluene 
(TNT) 


118-96-7 


1.5 mg/m^TWA 


0.5 mg/m' TWA 


X 


Triorthocresyl 
phosphate 


78-30-8 


0.1 mg/m^TWA 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


X 


Triphenyl amine 


603-34-9 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Triphenyl phosphate 


115-86-6 


3 mg/m3 TWA 


3 mg/m' TWA 




Tungsten Compounds 
(as W) 
(insoluble) 

(Soluble) 


7440-33-7 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m^ TWA 
5 mg/m^ TWA 
10 mg/m3 STEL 
1 mg/m^ TWA 
3 mg/m3 STEL 




Turpentine 


8006-64-2 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




Uranium (as U) 
Soluble compounds 
Insoluble compounds 


7440-61-1 


0.05 mg/m3 TWA 
0.25 mg/m' TWA 


0.05 mg/m3 TWA 
0.2 mg/m^ TWA 
0.6 mg/m-' STEL 




«-Valeraldehyde 


110-62-3 


No former PEL 


50 ppm TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 


CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Vanadium 
Respirable dust (as ViOj) 
Fume (as Vf)^) 


1314-62-1 


0.5 ppm (C) 
0.1 ppm(C) 


0.5 mg/m3 (C) 
0.1 mg/m3 (C) 




Vegetable oil mist 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 




15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Vinyl acetate 


108-05-4 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 
20 ppm STEL 




Vinyl benzene; 
see Styrene 










Vinyl bromide 


593-60-2 


No former PEL 


5 ppm TWA 




Vinyl chloride; 
see 1910.1017 


75-01-5 








Vinyl cyanide; 
see Acrylonitrile 










Vinyl cyclohexene 
dioxide 


106-87-6 


No former PEL 


10 ppm TWA 


X 


Vinylidene chloride 
(1,1 -dichloroethylene) 


75-35-4 


No former PEL 


1 ppm TWA 




Vinyl toluene 


25013-15-4 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 




VM&P Naptha 


8032-32-4 


No former PEL 


300 ppm TWA 
400 ppm STEL 




Warfarin 


81-81-2 


0.1 mg/m'TWA 


0. 1 mg/m' TWA 




Welding fumes 
(Total particulate) 




No former PEL 


5 mg/m3 TWA 




Wood dust 
all soft and hard - 
woods except Western 
red cedar 


NONE 


No former PEL 


5 mg/m' TWA 
10 mg/m3 STEL 




Wood dust, allergenic 
(Western Red Cedar) 


NONE 


No former PEL 


2.5 mg/m3 TWA 




ffi-Xylene-alpha, alpha', 
diamine 


1477-55-0 


No former PEL 


0.1 mg/m' (C) 


X 


Xylenes 
(o-, m-,/)-isomers) 


1330-20-7 


100 ppm TWA 


100 ppm TWA 
150 ppm STEL 




Xylidine 


1300-73-8 


5 ppm TWA 


2 ppm TWA 


X 


Yttrium 


7440-65-5 


1 mg/m' TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 





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SUBSTANCE 




CAS 
NUMBER 


FORMER PEL 


CURRENT PEL 


SKIN 
DSG 


Zinc chloride fume 


7646-85-7 


1 mg/m3 TWA 


1 mg/m' TWA 
2 mg/m' STEL 




Zinc chromate 
(as CrOj) 


varies with 
compound 


Table Z-2 


0.1 mg/m^C) 




Zinc oxide fume 


1314-13-2 


5 mg/m3 TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 
10 mg/m3 STEL 




Zinc oxide 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


1314-13-2 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Zinc stearate 
Total dust 
Respirable fraction 


557-05-1 


15 mg/m3 TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 


10 mg/m' TWA 
5 mg/m' TWA 




Zirconium compounds 
(as Zr) 


7440-67-7 


5 mg/m^ TWA 


5 mg/m3 TWA 
10 mg/m3 STEL 





(b) tB) Incorporation by reference of modified final rule for 29 CFR 1910. 1200, Hazard Communication, including 
Appendices A through E, published in 59 FR (February 9, 1994) pages 6170 - 6184 except that 
1910.1200(b)(6)(ii) is amended to read: "(ii) Any hazardous substance as such term is defined by the 
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) (42 U.S.C. 9601 el seq), 
when regulated as a hazardous waste under that Act by the Environmental Protection Agency." 
(b) C op ies o f t h e a p plicabl e Cod e o f F e d er al R e gulations sec t ions r efe rr ed to in this Subcha p te r are available to the p ublic. 



? ies o t t n e a p piica p i e t^ofl e o t i e a er ai K e guiations sec t ions r e t e rr eo to in tnis ai 
Flease r ef er to 13 NCAC 7 A .0302 fo r t he cos t s inv o lv e d and f r om whom co p ies may be obtained. 



Authority G.S. 95-131: 95-133: 150B-21.6. 



.0102 LIFE SAFETY CODE 

All places of employment shall be designed, constructed, 
maintained, and occupied in accordance with the standards set 
out in the 1991 edition of the Code for Safety to Life from Fire 
in Buildings and Strucmres, ANSI/NFPA 101, which is hereby 
incorporated by reference. This incorporation shall not include 
any subsequent editions or amendments to this code. Co p ies of 
this code may b e ob t ained f r om t he Na t ional Fi r e P r otec t ion 
Associa t ion, — 1 Da t t er ymarch Park, Quincy. Massachusetts 
0226 9 . fo r twenty-sev e n dollars and fifty cents (S27.50). This 
Rule supersedes any standards based on earlier editions of the 
Life Safety Code. 

Authority G.S. 95-131. 

SECTION .0200 - CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS 

.0201 CONSTRUCTION 

ttrf The provisions for the Occupational Safety and Health 
Standards for Construction, Title 29 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations Part 1926 promulgated as of Februar>' 28, 1997 
and exclusive of subsequent amendments, are incorporated by 
reference except as follows: 

(1) Subpart C - General Safety and Health Provisions - 
Personal protective equipment, § 1926.28(a) is 



amended to read as follows: "(a) The employer is 
responsible for requiring the wearing of appropriate 
personal protective equipment in all operations where 
there is an exposure to hazardous conditions or where 
this part indicates the need for using such equipment 
to reduce the hazards to the employees. " 
(2) Subpart D - Occupational Health and Environmental 
Controls: 

£al ti^rjAddition to 29 CFR 1926.54, 
Nonionizing radiation, after subpart (a) to 
read: 
"(al) This standard shall apply to all direct or 
reflected laser equipment except properly maintained 
unmodified Class I equipment. Class I equipment is 
defined as intrinsically safe lasers having less than 
0.001 milliwatt power and lasers which cannot create 
eye damage if viewed accidentally or which present 
no direct ocular hazard, diffuse ocular hazard or fire 
hazards." 

(b) t&)Incorporation by reference of modified 
final rule for 29 CFR 1926.59, Hazard 
Communication, including Appendices A 
through E, published in 59 FR (February 9, 
1994) pages 6170 - 6184 except that 
1926.59(b)(6)(ii) is amended to read: 



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"(ii) Any hazardous substance as such term is 
defined by the Comprehensive Environmental 
Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 
(CERCLA) (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq), when regulated 
as a hazardous waste under that Act by the 
Environmental Protection Agency;" 

(3) Subpart E -Personal Protective and Life Saving 
Equipment -- addition of (g) to 1926.104 Safety 
belts, lifelines, and lanyards, as follows: 

"(g) Snaphooks shall be a locking type designed 
and used to prevent disengagement of the 
snaphook keeper by the connected member. 
Locking type snaphooks have self-closing, self- 
locking keepers which remain closed and locked 
until unlocked and pressed open for coimection or 
discoimection." 

(4) Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances - 
incorporation of the existing standard for Bloodbome 
Pathogens, 29 CFR 1910.1030, excluding 
subparagraph (e) HIV and HBV Research 
Laboratories and Production Facilities, into the 
Safety & Health Regulations for Construction at 29 
CFR 1926.1130. Final rule as published in 56 FR 
(December 6, 1991) pages 64175-64182, including 
Appendix A — Hepatitis B Vaccine Declination 
(Mandatory) — with corrections as published in 57 
FR (July 1, 1992) page 29206, and with the 
following revision to the definition of Occupational 
Exposure under subsection (b) Definitions: 

"Occupational Exposure means reasonably 

anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or 

parenteral contact with blood or other 

potentially infectious materials that may result 

from the performance of collateral first aid 

duties by an employee in the areas of 

construction, alteration, or repair, including 

painting and decorating." 

fb) — C op i e s o f the a pp licable Code of Federal Regula t i o ns 

secti o ns r eferred t o in this Subcha pt e r arc available for public 

inspec t ion a t th e No r th Carolina Departmen t of Lab or , Division 

o f Occupa t ional Safe t y and H e alth. — A single co p y may be 

o b t ained from the Division a t a cost o f te n dollars and six t y 

cents ($10.60) (inclusive of tax); each additional co p y will be 

the same pric e . 

Authority G.S. 95-131; 150B-21.6. 

SECTION .0300 - AGRICULTURE STANDARDS 

.0301 AGRICULTURE 

(a) The provisions for the Occupational Safety and Health 
Standards for Agriculture, Title 29 of the Code of Federal 
Regulations Part 1928, are incorporated by reference except as 
follows: 

(1) Subpart B - Applicability of Standards - 29 CFR 
1928.21(a)(5), incorporation by reference of 
modified final rule for 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard 



Communication, including Appendices A through E, 
published in 59 FR (February 9, 1994) pages 6170 - 
6184 and adopted by the North Carolina Department 
of Labor with amendments at 13 NCAC 07 F 
.0101(a). 
(2) Subpart I - General environmental controls - 29 CFR 
1928.110 [Field Sanitation], the scope shall not be 
limited to any specific number of employees, 
(b) The parts of the Code of Federal Regulations 
incorporated by reference in this Subchapter shall not 
automatically include any subsequent amendments thereto, 
except as follows: 

(1) Revision of Authority Citation for Part 1928, as 
published in 59 FR (July 19, 1994) pages 36699 - 
36700 and effective on November 1, 1994. 

(2) Subpart B - Applicability of Standards: 

(A) Amendment to 29 CFR 1928.21(a)(3) to read 
"(3) Logging Operations - §1910.266:" as 
published in 59 FR (October 12, 1994) page 
51748 and effective on April 1, 1995. 

(B) 29 CFR 1928.21(a), Reservation of 
1928.21(a)(6) and addition of 1928.21(a)(7) 
"Retention of DOT markings, placards, and 
labels - §1910.1201," published in 59 FR 
(July 19, 1994) pages 36699 - 36700, adopted 
by the North Carolina Department of Labor at 
13 NCAC07F .0101(b). 

(C) Addition of new subparagraph to 29 CFR 
1928.21(a) to read "(6) Cadmium - § 
1910.1027." as published in 61 FR (March 7, 
1996) page 9255 with an effective date of 
September 1, 1996. 

(3) Subpart C — Rollover Protective Structures — 
amendments to 1928.51, Roll-over protective 
structures (ROPS) for tractors used in agricultural 
operations, and removal of 1928.52, Protective 
frames for wheel type agricultural tractors, 1928.53, 
Protective enclosures for wheel type agricultural 
tractors, and Appendix B as published in 61 FR 
(March 7, 1996) page 9255 with an effective date of 
September 1, 1996. 

(4) Subpart M — Occupational Health, amendment to 29 
CFR 1928.1027, Cadmium, to state "See § 
1910.1027, Cadmium", as published in 61 FR 
(March 7, 1996) page 9255 with an effective date of 
September 1, 1996. 

(c) — Copies of the a p plicable Code of F e d er al Regulations 
sec t ions r efe rr ed to in this Subcha p t e r are available fo r public 
inspection at th e No r tli Carolina De p artment of Labo r , Division 
of Occupa t ional Safety and Health. — A single co p y may be 
ob t ained from the Division at no cost. 

Authority G.S. 95-131; 150B-21.6. 

SECTION .0400 - SHOPS FABRICATING 
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.0426 SOURCE OF STANDARDS 

The sou r ce sources of the standards in this Section is are 
ANSI Z 229.1 - 1973 and 29 CFR Cha p te r XVIII Part i9m; 
issued by t he American National S t andards Institute (ANSI), 
1430 Broadway. New York. N e w Y or k 10018. 1910. 

Authority G.S. 95-131. 

SECTION .0500 - MARITIME STANDARDS 

.0501 SfflPYARD EMPLOYMENT 

(a) The provisions for the Occupational Safety and Health 
Standards for Shipyard Employment, Title 29 of the Code of 
Federal Regulations Part 1915 promulgated as of February 28, 
1997 and exclusive of subsequent amendments, are 
incorporated by reference except that the modified final rule for 
29 CFR 1915.1200, Hazard Communication, including 
Appendices A through E, published in 59 FR (February 9, 
1994) pages 6170 - 6184 is amended at 1915.1200(b)(6)(ii) to 
read: "(ii) Any hazardous substance as such term is defined by 
the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, 
and Liability Act (CERCLA) (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq), when 
regulated as a hazardous waste under that Act by the 
Environmental Protection Agency;" 

(b) The provisions of 29 CFR 1915 shall apply only to 
public sector employees of local governments or of the State of 
North Carolina. 

(c) — Co p ies of t h e a pp licable Code of Fede r al Regulations 
s e ctions re f erre d to in this Subcha pt e r arc available for p ubli c 
ins pe ction at the No r th Carolma Dcpanmcnt of Labo r , Division 
of Occu p ational Safe t y and Heal t h. — A singl e co p y may be 
obtained f r om t he Division a t no cos t . 

Authority G.S. 95-131; 150B-21.6. 

.0502 MARINE TERMINALS 

(a) The provisions of the Occupational Safety and Health 
Regulations for Marine Terminals, Title 29 of the Code of 
Federal Regulations Part 1917, are incorporated by reference 
except that the modified final rule for 29 CFR 1917.28, Hazard 
Communication, including Appendices A through E, published 
in 59 FR (February 9, 1994) pages 6170 - 6184 is amended at 
1917.28(b)(6)(ii) to read: "(ii) Any hazardous substance as such 
term is defined by the Comprehensive Environmental 
Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) (42 
U.S.C. 9601 et seq), when regulated as a hazardous waste 
under that Act by the Environmental Protection Agency;" 

(b) The provisions of 29 CFR 1917 shall apply only to 
public sector employees of local governments or of the State of 
North Carolina. 

(c) The parts of the Code of Federal Regulations 
incorporated by reference in this Subchapter shall not 
automatically include any subsequent amendments thereto 
except as follows: 

(1) Revision of Authority Citation for Part 1917 as 
published in 59 FR (July 19, 1994) pages 36699 - 
36700 and effective on November 1, 1994. 



(2) Subpart B - Marine Terminal Operations — Addition 

of 1917.29 "Retention of DOT markings, placards, 

and labels," published in 59 FR (July 19, 1994) 

pages 36699 - 36700 and effective on November 1, 

1994. 

ftf) — Co p ies of the applicable Code of F e d er al Regulations 

s e c t ions re f e r re d t o in this Subcha p te r are available f or p ublic 

ins p ection a t th e No r th Carolina D ep artment of Labo r , Division 

of Occu p a t ional Safety and Health. — A single c op y may be 

o btained f r om t he Division at n o c o st. 



Authority G.S. 95-131; 150B-21.6. 



TITLE 19A - DEPARTMENT OF 
TRANSPORTATION 

Notice is hereby given in accordance with G.S. 150B-21.2 
that the North Carolina Department of Transportation - 
Division of Highways intends to adopt rule cited as 19A NCAC 
23 .0242; amend 2B .0303. Notice of Rule-making 
Proceedings was published in the Register on April 15, 1997. 

Proposed Effective Date: August 1, 1998 

Instructions on How to Demand a Public Hearing: A 

demand for a public hearing must be made in writing and 
mailed to Emily Lee, N. C. DOT, PO Box 25201, Raleigh, NC 
27611. Tlie demand must be received within 15 days of this 
Notice. 

Reason for Proposed Action: 

19A NCAC2B .0242 - A similar rule adopted effective July 1, 

1978 as 19A NCAC 2B .0151 - RAILROAD GRADE 

CROSSING SIGNS. AND SIGNALS, was repealed November 1, 

1 993 in error. The current rule proposed for adoption has 

clarifying language added. 

19 A NCAC 28 .0303 - Rule is proposed for amendment to 

conform with existing highway procedures. 

Comment Procedures: Any interested person may submit 
written comments on the proposed rules by mailing the 
comments to Emily Lee, Department of Transportation, PO Box 
25201. Raleigh, NC 27611, within 30 days after the proposed 
rule is published. 

Fiscal Note: These Rules do not affect the expenditures or 
revenues of state or local government funds. These Rules do 
not have a substantial economic impact of at least five million 
dollars ($5,000,000) in a 12-month period. 

CHAPTER 2 - DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS 

SUBCHAPTER 2B - HIGHWAY PLANNING 

SECTION .0200 - TRAITIC ENGINEERING 



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MAI RAILROAD GRADE CROSSING 
SIGNS, SIGNALS, AND GATES 

(a) When the Depanment of Transportation directs a railroad 
to protect its grade crossings by the erection of electric signals 
or other safety devices, the railroad so directed shall erect such 
electric signals or other safety devices as required in the order. 
Upon the installation and placing into operation of the signals 
or other safety devices as required in the order, any existing 
signals or other safety devices shall be removed by the railroad 



unless otherwise directed by the Department of Transportation. 

(b) Where there has been a discontinuance of service but the 
tracks have not been paved over or removed, crossbuck signs 
shall be removed and si^ R8-9 "TRACKS OUT OF 
SERVICE" shall be installed. 

(c) Where there has been a discontinuance of service and the 
tracks have been paved over or removed, all signs shall be 
removed. 

(d) Where there has been a discontinuance of sen' ice and 
flashing li ght signals or gates are present, the gate arms shall be 
removed and the signal heads shall be hooded, turned, or 
removed to clearly indicate they are not in operation. 

Authority G.S. 136-18(5); 136-18(11); 136-20. 

SECTION .0300 - CHIEF ENGINEER - 
PROGRAMS 

.0303 NC ROUTE NUMBERS 

(a) The Department of Transportation has full responsibility 
for establishing NC routes. Normally this relates to removing 
a road from the secondary road system and placing it on the 
primary road system. 

(b) NC numbered routes shall have numbers not to exceed 
999. NC route numbers shall not be in conflict with interstate 



numbers or US numbers. 

(c) Requests for the addition, modification, or deletion of 
NC route numbers shall be submitted to the traffic engineering 
branch who shall make recommendations relative to the request 
based upon the following criteria: 

(1) The proposed NC route must be adequately designed 
and constructed in terms of its pavement structure 
such that it can carry the statutory 19,000 pound axle 
load. 

(2) The proposed route must meet minimum accepted 
operational standards of a minimum 20-foot paved 
width and with adequate shoulders. 

(3) The horizontal and vertical alignment of the route 
must be such that it can safely handle traffic at the 
statutory speed limit of 55 miles per hour for the 
majority of its length. In extreme mountainous 
areas, consideration may be given to an average 
operating speed of 45 miles per hour. 

f4^ The minimum length of any NC rout e is established 

a t 50 miles. 
(5) 14} NC routes shall not overlap existing NC or US 

routes already established unless the duplication is 

for a short distance and the routes then diverge, 

ending in different terminal points. 

(d) No additional NC route shall be added to the primary 
highway system or extended except where there is a definite 
showing of an adequately improved highway carrying an 
established and necessary line of intrastate traffic not otherwise 
provided for by existing US or NC routes. 

(e) The use o f an NC route numbe r , such as NC 42, and 
an o ther r o u t e numbe r ed as NC 42A is pr ohibi te d. 

Authority G.S. 136-18(5); 136-30. 



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Die Codifier of Rules has entered the following temporary nde(s) in the North Carolina Administrative Code. Pursuant 
to G.S. 150B-21.1(e), publication of a temporary rule in the North Carolina Register serves as a notice of rule-making 
proceedings unless this notice has been previously published by the agency. 



TITLE ISA - DEPARTME>rr OF ENVIRONMENT, 
HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Rule-making Agency: Department of Environment, Health, 
and Natural Resources 

Rule Citation: ISA NCAC 12B .0901 

Effective Date: July 2. 1997 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 14-410; 14-415; 113-35 

Reason for Proposed Action: The purpose of this amendment 
to ISA NCAC 12B .0901 will be to allow the possession or use 
of pyrotechnics in connection with an authorized public 
exhibition as approved by the Division Director. 

Comment Procedures: Once the temporary rule is in place, 
comments, statements, data, and other information may be 
submitted in writing within 60 days after the publication of the 
August 1, 1997 issue of the North Carolina Register. 
Infommtion and copies of the temporary rule may be obtained 
by comacting the Di\ision of Parks and Recreation at 919/733- 
4181. Written comments may be submitted to Dr. Philip K. 
McKnelly, Director, Division of Parks and Recreation, P. O. 
Box 27687, Raleigh. NC 27611. 

CHAPTER 12 - PARKS AND RECREATION 
AREA RULES 

SUBCHAPTER 12B - PARKS AND RECREATION 
AREAS 

SECTION .0900 - FIREARMS: EXPLOSIVES: 
FIRES: ETC. 

.0901 FIREARMS: WEAPONS: EXPLOSFVES 

(a) No person except authorized park employees, their 
agents, or contractors, or officers of the state shall carry or 
possess firearms, airguns, bows and arrows, sling shots, or 
lethal missiles of any kind within any park. 

(b) The possession or use of p y ro technics and cap pistols is 
prohibited. The possession or use of dynamite or other 
powerful explosives as defined in G.S. 14-284.1 is prohibited. 

(c) The possession or use of pyrotechnics is prohibited 
except for pyrotechnics exhibited, used, or discharged in 
connection with an authorized public exhibition and approved 
by the Director of the Division of Parks and Recreation, or 
designee. Persons wishing to possess or use pyrotechnics in 
connection with a public e.xhibition, such as a public 



celebration shall file an application for a special use permit with 
the ^propriate park superintendent. All applicants shall enter 
an indemnification agreement with the Department and obtain 
general liability and property damage insurance, with limits as 
determined by the Secretary or designee, which are reasonably 
necessary to cover possible liability for damage to property and 
bodily injury' or damage to persons which may result from, or 
be caused by. the public exhibition of pyrotechnics or any act(s) 
or omission(s) on the part of the applicant(s) or the applicant's 
agents, servants, employees, or subcontractors presenting the 
public exhibition. The Division Director, or designee, may 
deny an application as deemed necessary to protect the public 
health, safety, and welfare, or to protect the natural resources 
of the park unit. 

History Note; Authority G.S. 14-410; 14-415; 113-35; 
Eff. February 1, 1976; 

Amended Eff. October 1, 1984; January 1, 1983; 
Temporar\' Amendment Eff. July 2. 1997. 

****************** 

Rule-making Agency: NC Department of Environment. 
Health, and Natural Resources 

Rule Citation: 15A NCAC 19G .0102 

Effective Date: July 22, 1997 

Findings Reviewed and Approved by: Beecher R. Gray 

Authority for the rule-making: G.S. 130A-190 

Reason for Proposed Action: The 1997 General Assembly 
ratified House Bill 488 amending General Statute 130A-190, 
Rabies Vaccination Tags, to authorize an increase in the fee 
charged for rabies tags. The Secretary of the Department may 
increase the tag fee by an amount not to exceed five cents 
($0.05) per tag above the actual cost of the tag. 

Comment Procedures: Comments, statements, and other 
information may be submitted in writing within 60 days after 
the publication date in the North Carolina Register. Copies of 
the proposed rule may be obtained by contacting The 
Occupational & Environmental Section at 919/733-3410. 
Written comments may be submitted to Mr. Bill Pate, Division 
of Epidemiology, OEES, PO Box 29601, Raleigh, NC 27626- 
0601. 

CHAPTER 19 - HEALTH: EPIDEMIOLOGY 



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SUBCHAPTER 19G - VETERINARY 
PUBLIC HEALTH 

SECTION .0100 - VETERINARY PUBLIC 
HEALTH PROGRAM 



,0102 



FEES FOR RABIES TAGS, 
LINKS, AND RIVETS 

The Division of Epidemiology shall charge a fee to be paid 
by veterinarians or local health departments for the provision 
of rabies tags, links, and rivets. This fee shall be determined 
on the basis of actual cost? cost plus transportation, and an 
additional five cents ($0.05) per tag to be used to fund rabies 
education and prevention programs. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 130A-190; 
Eff. January I. 1982; 
Amended Eff. September I, 1990; 
Temporary Amendment Eff. July 22. 1997. 



TITLE 16 - DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 

Rule-making Agency: State Board of Education 

Rule Citation: 16 NCAC 6C .0310 

Effective Date: July 30, 1997 

Findings Reviewed by: Judge Beecher R. Gray found that the 
statement of findings do not meet the criteria listed in G.S. 
150B-21.1(a). The agency notified the Codifier to enter the 
rule into the Code. 



Authority for the rule-making: 

Const. Art. IX, Sec. 5 



G.S. 115C-12(9)a.. NC 



Reason for Proposed Action: The State Board of Education 
requires flexibility to adjust examination score requirements to 
Implement Chapter 221 of the 1997 Session Laws, as well as to 
respond to the needs to school systems to locate and employ 
qualified teachers. 



Comment Procedures: Written comments concerning this 
amendment must be submitted to: North Carolina State Board 
of Education, 301 N. Wilmington St., Raleigh, NC 27601- 
2825; Attn: Harry E. Wilson. APA Coordinator. Written 
comments may also may submitted by FAX at (919) 715-1307. 

CHAPTER 6 - ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 
EDUCATION 

SUBCHAPTER 6C - PERSONNEL 

SECTION .0300 - CERTIFICATION 

.0310 STANDARD EXAMINATIONS 

(a) — The NTE are the standard examina t ions requi r ed fo r 

initial ce rt ification. Th e Educational Testing Service is 

rep lacing many of the NTE t ests with a n e w s er i e s of 
assessments called PRAXIS. Pe r sons may volun t arily tak e t h e 
PRAXIS t ests befo r e July 1, 1 995 , a t s t ate expense and use 
those scores for certifica t ion. The PRAXIS t e sts are r equired 
f or p e r s o ns who t ak e te sts after July I, 1 99 5. 

t+) Eoi foimal admissi o n into an a ppr oved t eacher 

educa t ion p rogram, a pe r s o n mus t sco r e a t least 646 
o n the Communica t ion Skills Tes t and 645 on th e 
Gene r al Knowl e dge Tes t . These r equiremen t s apply 
t o pe r sons wh o have no t p assed t hese t es t s by 
January 1, 1 99 0. Thes e r e quir e men t s d o n o t a p ply t o 
p e r s o ns wh o se s p ecialty area is school social wo r k, 

sch o ol c o unseling o r sch o ol p sychology. The 

PRAXIS I t e sts are given as p encil -and-papcr (PPST) 
or as compu t er-based (CDT). — Passing scores for 
th o se tes t s are : 

(A) Reading : 176 PPST; 323 CDT 

ffi) W r i t ing : 173 PPST; 31 9 CDT 

(€1 Ma t hematics : 173 PPST ; 318 CDT 

iir) All a pp licants fo r initial certifica t ion must sco r e a t 

leas t 64 9 o n t he P r ofessional Knowledg e Tes t . 

t3^ Effective — Jtrfy — i-, — i994-, — in — addition — to — the 

P r ofessional ICnowledg e T e s t , e ach a pp licant fo r 
ini t ial certification mus t mee t minimum teaching area 
sco re s as follows: 



S p ecial t y Area 

(A) Ag r icul t u r e 



iBj A rt Education 



-536 



(€) Audiology 



-59Q 



(B) Diology 



-540 



fE) Diology and General Science 



-570 



(F) Dusiness Education 



-580 



(G) — Chemis tr y 



-490 



(H^ Chemis t iy, Physics and Gene r al Scienc e 



-55e 



-if) Early Childho o d Education 



-536 



■fH Earth/S p ace Science 



-536 



tjir^ Education in t he Elem e ntary School 



-546 



ffc^ Educa t ion o f th e Men t ally Re t arded 



-586 
-596 



(M^ Educa t ional Lead er shi p: Administration and Su p e r vision 



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tHi English Language and Lite r atu r e 526 

tOi Englisli Language and Literatu r e (Middle Grades Languag e A r ts) 460 

tP) F re nch 540 

^ Ge r man 540 

tfti Health Education 640 

tS^ Home Economics Educa t ion 540 

fp) Technology Educa t ion 580 

ftW In tr oduction to the Teaching of Reading 540 

ty) Lib r ary - Media S p ecialis t 6i0 

(W) Marketing Educa t ion 69© 

t?fi Mathematics 540 

t¥^ Mathematics (Middle Grades Mathematics) 590 

(Z) Music Educa t ion 550 

(AA) Physical Education 59B 

(Bfil Physics 5iO 

(G€) R e ading Specialist 5W 

(UBl School Guidance and Counseling 5?0 

(Eti School Psychologis t 620 

(FF^ Social Studies 540 

(G€-) Social Studi e s (Middle Grades Social Studies) 500 

(HHl S p anish 520 

(ii) S p ecial Education (Cross Categorical) 5i0 

{Wi S p eech Communication 560 

(KK) Speech-Language Pathology 550 

(tfc) Teaching Emotionally Distu r bed Students 680 

(MMl Teaching English as a S e cond Language 520 

(NNl T e aching Hearing Im p ai r ed Students 650 

(O0) Teaching Learning Disabled Students 6iO 

(PPl Teaching Visually Handicapped Studen t s 550 

t4j If no t e achmg area score is p ossible under Paragraph (a)(3) of t his Rule, the P r ofessional ICnowledge score satisfies the 

NTE r equirement. 

f5) Based on the s p ecial natu r e of the prep aration for cer t ifica t ion. — School Social Wo r k er s are excluded f ro m NTE 

r egulations and School Psychologis t s ar e r equi r ed to take only th e A r ea examination fo r Sch oo l Psych o l o gists. 

(b) Instead of th e NTE scores an a pp lican t , exce pt a No r th Carolina a ppr ov e d pr og r am g r adua t e at the Class A level, may be 
ce r tified on t he basis of the Gradua te R e co r d Examina t ions wi t h minimum sco r es of 380 on the V^erbal Ability, 410 o n the 
Quantitativ e Ability, and 380 on the Analytical Ability examinations. 

(c) PRAXIS sco r es consist of two o r mo r e modules for each te s t ar e a, the sco r es of which ar e added t o yield a total score. The 
to t al re qui r ed sco r e for an ar e a is bas e d on the total of the validated study sco r es fo r each module within the test. However, the 
SDE uses a compensatory sco re model, by which a p e r son may scor e two standard errors of measure (SEM) below the validated 
sco r e on individual modul e s. In this case, the p erson must score high er than the validated sco r e on another module t o achieve the 
total r equi r ed sco r e. 

Totaf 

Com p ensato r y Validated Required 

Sco r e (-2 SEM) Sco r e Score 

tii Biology ( 9 -12) 

{A^ Cont e nt knowledg e , part 1 ^54 16? 

m Con te n t e ssays B9 154 

(€l Pedagogy — '- B5 1-54 4?5 

(2) Chemist r y ( 9 -12) 

hA) Chcmist r v ': Content knowledge 150 WJ- 

tBj Physical science : p edagogy B9 ^54 

(€) Chemist r y : Content essays B5 B5 4% 

fS^ English Language. Lite r atu r e and Composi t ion ( 9 -12) 

(tM Content ICnowledge 154 ^65 

m Essay si 35 h55 

(€4 Pedagogy ¥m ^65 485 

t4j Languag e A r ts (6-8) 



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(^ Con t en t knowledge B5 i64 

m Pedagogy B5 h55 M9 

(5) Mdtlii:matics(9-12) 

(A) Content knowledge B3 153 

m P e dagogy B5 ^55 368 

(6) Physical Education (K- 12) 

(A) — Conten t Knowledge ^55 Wf 

iW) Movement forms, analysis and design H4 i59 

(6^ Pedagogy None HA 324 

i^ Science (6-8) 

(t^c) Gene r al sci e nc e: content essays B6 i55 

fB) Physical science: pedagogy B9 ^56 3++ 

m Science ( 9 -12) 

(7*r) General science : con t ent essays B6 h55 

(B) Physical science : pedagogy B9 i5€ 3W- 

(9) Social Studies ( 6 -8) 

{Ai Con t en t knowledge B8 ^^ 

(B) Analytical essays B5 t^e 3« 

tW) Social Studies ( 9 -12) 

(7*r) Con te nt knowledge ^58 Hi9 

tB^ In t e rpr e t a t ion of ma t e r ials ^6? 186 

m Analy t ical essays M5 1^9 569 

fHi S p anish (K- 12) 

(A) — Con t en t knowledge M8 B9 

fB^ P r oductive Language Skills h56 H4 336 

The SBE shall determine the qualifications and standards for admission to an approved teacher education program and for initial 
and continued licensing of professional personnel, including the selection of any standardized tests and any other assessment 
methods. The SBE shall establish passing scores for any tests administered and shall establish any other measures necessary to assess 
the qualifications of professional personnel. The SBE shall ensure that adequate notice of cutoff scores and other measures is given 
to a pplicants prior to the administration of the test or other assessment. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 115C-12(9)a.; N.C. Constitution, Article IX. Sec. 5; 
Eff. July 1. 1986; 

Amended Eff. February 1, 1995; July 1. 1994; July 1, 1993; May 1, 1991; 
Temporary Amendment Eff. July 30. 1997. 



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This Section includes the Register Notice citation to Rules approved by the Rules Revie\v Commission (RRC) at its meeting of 
June 19. 1997 pursuant to G.S. 150B-2 1.1 7(a)(1) and reported to the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight 
Committee pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.16. The full text of rules are published below when the rules have been approved by RRC 
in a form different from that originally noticed in the Register or when no notice was required to be published in the Register. 
The rules published in full text are identified by an * in the listing of approved rules. Statutory Reference: G.S. 150B-21.17. 

These ndes unless othenvise noted, will become effective on the 31st legislative day of the 1998 Short Session of the General 
Assembly or a later date if specified by the agency unless a bill is introduced before the 31st legislative day that specifically 
disapproves the rule. If a bill to disapprove a rule is not ratified, the rule will become effective either on the day the bill 
receives an unfavorable final action or the day the General Assembly adjourns. Statutory reference: G.S. 150B-21.3. 



APPROVED RULE CITATION 



REGISTER CITATION TO THE 
NOTICE OF TEXT 



2 


NCAC 


43F 


.0103* 




2 


NCAC 


43H 


.0107* 




4 


NCAC 


13A 


.0101 - 


.0102 


4 


NCAC 


13A 


.0105 




4 


NCAC 


13A 


.0202 - 


.0204 


4 


NCAC 


13B 


.0001 - 


.0005 


4 


NCAC 


13C 


.0001 




4 


NCAC 


13D 


.0101 




4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0101 - 


.0103 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0201 - 


.0202 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0301 - 


.0302 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0401 - 


.0405 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0501 - 


.0502 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0601 - 


.0603 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0701 - 


,0702 


4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0801 




4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0803 




4 


NCAC 


13E 


.0901 - 


.0902 


4 


NCAC 


13F 


.0301 - 


.0302 


10 


NCAC 


26B 


.0123* 






NCAC 


8 


.1001 - 


.1003 




NCAC 


8 


.1004* 






NCAC 


8 


.1005 - 


.1011 




NCAC 


8 


.1101 - 


.1104 




NCAC 


8 


.1105* 






NCAC 


8 


.1106- 


.1116 




NCAC 


8 


.1201 - 


.1209 





22 NCR 1706 




22 NCR 1707 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




13 NCR 1040 




24 NCR 1824 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 




25 NCR 1906 



TITLE 2 - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

CHAPTER 43 - MARKETS 

SUBCHAPTER 43F - MARKETING AND BRANDING: 
APPLES AND PEACHES 

SECTION .0100 - DEFINITIONS AND STANDARDS 

.0103 STANDARDS FOR RECEPTACLES: 
LABELING: ETC. 

All closed containers in which apples or peaches are packed 
for sale, exposed for sale, or offered for sale, shall clearly and 



conspicuously be marked immediately after the containers are 
closed in accordance with the following regulations: 

(1) The name and address (including zip code) of 
grower, packer, shipper, or distributor must be 
shown on the principal display panel. 

(2) The name of the product must be shown on the 
principal display panel. 

(3) The variety of apples must be shown; however, it 
may be shown on the principal display panel or on 
the bag closure. The words "Variety Unknown" may 
be used in lieu of the variety on containers in which 
apples are packed that are normally marketed during 
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Early. 

(4) The variety of peaches must be shown on the 
principal display panel. The words "Clingstone 
Peaches," "Semi-clingstone Peaches," or "Freestone 
Peaches," as applicable, may be used in lieu of 
variety. 

(5) The net quantity of contents (weight, measure or 
count) must be shown on the principal display panel 
in a uniform location, as required by the Federal Fair 
Packaging and Labeling Act. 

(6) The minimum size must be shown on the principal 
display panel; however, when fairly uniform size 
apples or peaches are packed in a container and sold 
by count, count may be used in lieu of net weight 
and minimum size markings. However, overwrap 
packages that contain six or less apples or peaches 
that are fully visible to the purchaser need not 
include a statement of count. 

(7) Apple containers must show the applicable U.S. 
Grade on the principal display panel or be marked 
"Unclassified," "Not Graded," or "Grade Not 
Determined." Peach containers are not required to 
show grade markings; however, when grade is 
shown, the product must meet that standard. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 106-185; 106-188; 106-195; 

Eff. August 1. 1982; 

Amended Eff. Mx L J 998; July 1, 1986; February 1, 1983. 

SUBCHAPTER 43H - MARKETING OF SHELL EGGS 

SECTION .0100 - DEFINITIONS AND STANDARDS 

.0107 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS 

(a) Baluts are exempt from the standards for shell eggs as set 
forth in 2 NCAC 43H .0103 and .0105. After incubation, eggs 
suited for use as baluts shall be legibly and conspicuously 
labeled with the word "embryo" or "balut" preceded by the 
name of the kind of poultry, or labeled as "Incubated Fertile 
Eggs," or words of similar import. Labeling must include the 
complete name and address of the hatchery with letters no less 
than three-eighths of one inch high. 

(b) In addition to all other applicable labeling requirements, 
eggs marketed and labeled as organically produced must be 
certified by a State or Federal agency or an accrediting 
organization recognized by a State or Federal agency and 
identified on primary container. 

(c) In addition to all other marketing requirements, eggs 
labeled and marketed as free range eggs must be identified and 
otherwise handled to maintain their identity through processing 
and packaging. Satisfactory evidence that the eggs are from 
production locations with cage-free birds or that have 
reasonable access to an outdoors range must be furnished by 
any person marketing these eggs to a retailer, institutional 
consumer or other person and shall be kept on file by both the 
person selling and the purchaser at their respective places of 
business for a period of at least 30 days. 



(d) Eggs of a specific nature such as "Fertile" or "Brown" 
and eggs produced in accordance with applicable Federal or 
State standards may be labeled as such providing these eggs 
meet all other applicable requirements. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 106-245.16; 106-245.21; 
Eff. July 1. 1998. 



TITLE 10 - DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN 
RESOURCES 

CHAPTER 26 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 

SUBCHAPTER 268 - MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 
PROVIDED 

SECTION .0100 - GENERAL 

.0123 CASE MGMT SVCS/ADULTS/CHILDREN 

AT-RISK/ ABUSE/NEGLECT/EXPLOITATION 

(a) Case management is a set of interrelated activities under 
which responsibility for locating, coordinating and monitoring 
appropriate services for an individual rests with a specific 
person or organization. The purpose of case management 
services for adults and children at-risk of abuse, neglect, or 
exploitation is to assist them in gaining access to needed 
medical, social, educational, and other services; to encourage 
the use of cost-effective medical care by referrals to appropriate 
providers; and to discourage over-utilization of costly services. 
Case management services will provide necessary coordination 
with providers of non-medical services such as nutrition 
programs like WIC or educational agencies, when services 
provided by these entities are needed to enable the individual to 
benefit from programs for which he or she is eligible. The set 
of interrelated activities are as follows: 

(1) Evaluation of the client's individual situation to 
determine the extent of or need for initial or 
continuing case management services. 

(2) Needs assessment and reassessment to identify the 
service needs of the client. 

(3) Development and implementation of an 
individualized plan of care to meet the service needs 
of the client. 

(4) Providing assistance to the client in locating and 
referring him or her to providers or programs that 
can meet the service needs. 

(5) Coordinating delivery of services when multiple 
providers or programs are involved in care provision. 

(6) Monitoring and following-up to ensure services are 
received, adequate to meet the client's needs, and 
consistent with good quality of care. 

(b) The target group includes: 

(1) Adults who are at-risk or show evidence of abuse, 
neglect, or exploitation as defmed in G.S. 108A-101. 
Children who are at-risk or show evidence of abuse 
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(2) Who are Medicaid recipients; and 

(3) Who are not institutionalized; and 

(4) Who are not recipients of other Medicaid-reimbursed 
case management services provided through the 
State's home and community-based services waivers 
or the State Plan; and 

(5) Who reside in counties providing the non-Federal 
matching funds to offer this service. 

(c) The case manager shall determine whether an adult or 
child is at-risk of abuse, neglect, or exploitation as follows: 

(1) At-Risk Adult: An at-risk adult is an individual who 
is at least 18 years old, or an emancipated minor, and 
meets one or more of the following criteria: 

(A) An individual with only one consistent 
identified caregiver, who needs personal 
assistance 24 hours per day with two or more 
of the activities of daily living (bathing, 
dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring, 
ambulating, eating, communicating); or 

(B) An individual with no consistent identified 
caregiver, who is unable to perform at least 
one of the activities of daily living (bathing, 
dressing, grooming, toileting, transferring, 
ambulating, eating, communicating); or 

(C) An individual with no consistent identified 
caregiver, who is unable to carry out 
instrumental activities of daily living 
(managing financial affairs shopping, 
housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, 
using transportation, using a telephone, 
reading, writing); or 

(D) An individual who was previously abused, 
neglected or exploited, and the conditions 
leading to the previous incident continue to 
exist; or 

(E) An individual who is being abused, neglected, 
or exploited and is in need of protection. 

(2) At-Risk Child: An at-risk child is an individual 
under 18 years of age who meets one or more of the 
following criteria: 

(A) A child with a chronic or severe physical or 
mental condition whose parent(s) or 
caretaker(s) are unable or unwilling to meet 
the child's care needs; 

(B) A child whose parents are mentally or 
physically impaired to the extent that there is 
a need for assistance with maintaining family 
stability and preventing or remedying 
problems which may result in abuse or neglect 
of the child; or 

(C) A child of adolescent (under age 18) parents 
or parents who had their first child when 
either parent was an adolescent and there is a 
need for assistance with maintaining family 
stability, strengthening individual support 
systems, and preventing or remedying 
problems which may result in abuse or neglect 



of the child; or 

(D) A child who was previously abused or 
neglected, and the conditions leading to the 
previous incident continue to exist; or 

(E) A child who is being abused or neglected and 
is in need of protection. 

(d) Enrollment of providers shall be accomplished in 
accordance with section 1902(a) (23) of the Social Security Act. 

(1) Case Manager Qualifications. Case managers must 
meet the following qualifications: 

(A) A case manager for at-risk adults must: 

(i) Have a Master of Social Work degree 
or a Bachelor of Social Work degree, or 
be a social worker who meets State 
requirements for Social Worker II 
classification; and 
(ii) Have training in recognizing risk 
factors related to abuse, neglect, or 
exploitation of elderly or disabled 
adults and in assessment of functional 
capacity and needs related to activities 
of daily living; and 
(iii) Have experience in case management 
services for elderly and disabled adults. 

(B) A case manager for at-risk children must: 

(i) Have a Master of Social Work degree 
or a Bachelor of Social Work degree, or 
be a social worker who meets State 
requirements for Social Worker II 
classification; and 
(ii) Have training in recognizing risk 
factors related to abuse or neglect of 
children and in assessing family 
functioning; and 
(iii) Have experience in case management 
services for children and their families. 

(2) Provider Qualifications. Providers must meet the 
following qualifications: 

(A) Meet applicable State and Federal laws 
governing the participation of providers in the 
Medicaid program. 

(B) Be certified by the Division of Social Services 
as a qualified case management provider. To 
be certified, a provider must: 

(i) Have qualified case managers with 
supervision provided by a supervisor 
who meets State requirements for Social 
Work Supervisor I or Social Work 
Supervisor II classification. 

(ii) Have the capability to access 
multi-disciplinary staff, when needed. 
For adults this includes, at a minimum, 
medical professionals as needed and an 
adult protective services social worker 
meeting the qualifications in 
Subparagraphs (d)(l)(A)(i) and 
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(iii) 



this must include medical professionals 
as needed and a child protective 
services social worker meeting the 
qualifications in Subparagraphs 
(d)(l)(B)(i) and (d)(l)(B)(ii) of this 
Rule. 

Have experience as a legal guardian of 
persons and property. 



History Note: Authority G.S. 108A-25(b); 108A-54; Social 

Security Act, 1915(g); 

Eff. October 1, 1992; 

Recodified from 10 NCAC 26B .0122 Eff. October 1. 1993; 

Temporary Amendment Eff. January 9, 1997; 

Amended Eff. Au g ust 1. 1998. 



TITLE 11 - DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE 

CHAPTER 8 - ENGEVEERING AND BUILDING 
CODES 

SECTION .1000 - N.C. HOME INSPECTOR 
LICENSURE BOARD 

.1004 EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE 

(a) The Board shall consider equivalent experience of 
applicants who do not meet the experience requirements of G.S. 
143-151.51(5) or G.S. 143-151.61. Any one of the following 
descriptions of experience shall be considered sufficient to meet 
the equivalent experience requirements: 

(1) A bachelor of science degree from any engineering, 
architecture or building technology school and two 
years experience working in building design, 
construction, or inspection of building, electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing systems. 

(2) A two year Associate of Applied Science degree from 
a community college or technical school in building 
technology, civil engineering, electrical engineering, 
mechanical engineering, or architecture; and either 
four years of design experience in building, 
electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems, or 
four years experience as an employee who works 
under the direct supervision of a licensed general 
(residential or building) contractor and who 
supervises electrical, mechanical, and plumbing 
subcontractors. 

(3) Six years experience as an employee who works 
under the direct supervision of a licensed general 
contractor (residential or building) performing 
building construction and who supervises electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing subcontractors. 

(4) Certification by the North Carolina Code Officials 
Qualification Board as a Code Enforcement Official 
with Standard Level I (or higher) inspection 
certification in four areas: building, electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing. 



(5) Any combination of certification listed in Paragraph 
(a)(4) of this Rule and a license as an electrical 
contractor (limited or greater) issued by the N.C. 
Board of Electrical Examiners, or a license as a 
heating or cooling contractor (HI, H2, or H3), or a 
plumbing contractor issued by the N.C. Board of 
Examiners of Plumbing, Heating and Fire Sprinkler 
Contractors, resulting in either a certificate or a 
license in four areas in building, electrical, 
mechanical, and plimibing contracting or inspections. 

(6) For the purpose of G.S. 143-151. 51(5)a, the number 
of completed home inspections for compensation 
before October 1, 1996, as a home inspector may be 
included. 

(b) Applicants may submit other experience in the design, 
installation, or inspection of buildings and electrical, 
mechanical, and plumbing systems. The Board's Application 
Evaluation Conmiittee shall consider such experience on a case- 
by-case basis. 

(c) Graduation in a home inspection course from a training 
institute or correspondence school is not sufficient to meet the 
equivalent experience alone. However, such courses may be 
listed along with other experience. 

History Note: Authority G. S. 143-151 . 49(a) (13); 

143-151.51(5)b; 

Codifier determined that agency findings did not meet criteria 

for temporary rule Eff. October 15, 1996; 

Temporary Adoption Eff. October 24, 1996; 

Eff. July 1. 1998. 

SECTION .1100 - N.C. HOME INSPECTOR 

STAIVDARDS OF PRACTICE AND CODE 

OF ETHICS 

.1105 General exclusions: 

(a) Home inspectors are not required to report on: 

(1) Life expectancy of any component or system; 

(2) The causes of the need for a repair; 

(3) The methods, materials, and costs of corrections; 

(4) The suitability of the property for any specialized 
use; 

(5) Compliance or non-compliance with codes, 
ordinances, statutes, regulatory requirements or 
restrictions; 

(6) The market value of the property or its marketability; 

(7) The advisability or inadvisability of purchase of the 
property; 

(8) Any component or system that was not observed; 

(9) The presence or absence of pests such as wood 
damaging organisms, rodents, or insects; or 

(10) Cosmetic items, underground items, or items not 
permanently installed. 

(b) Home inspectors are not required to: 

(1) Offer warranties or guarantees of any kind; 

(2) Calculate the strength, adequacy, or efficiency of any 
system or component; 



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(3) Enter any area or perform any procedure that may 
damage the property or its components or be 
dangerous to the home inspector or other persons; 

(4) Operate any system or component that is shut down 
or otherwise inoperable; 

(5) Operate any system or component that does not 
respond to normal operating controls; 

(6) Disturb insulation, move personal items, panels, 
furniture, equipment, plant life, soil, snow, ice, or 
debris that obstructs access or visibility; 

(7) Determine the presence or absence of any suspected 
adverse environmental condition or hazardous 
substance, including but not limited to toxins, 
carcinogens, noise, contaminants in the building or 
in soil, water, and air; 

(8) Determine the effectiveness of any system installed 
to control or remove suspected hazardous substances; 

(9) Predict future condition, including but not limited to 
failure of components; 

(10) Project operating costs of components; 

(11) Evaluate acoustical characteristics of any system or 
component; or 



(12) Observe special equipment or accessories that are not 
listed as components to be observed in this Section. 
(c) Home inspectors shall not: 

(1) Offer or perform any act or service contrary to law; 
or 

(2) Offer or perform engineering, architectural, 
plumbing, electrical or any other job function 
requiring an occupational license in the jurisdiction 
where the inspection is taking place, unless the home 
inspector holds a valid occupational license, in which 
case the home inspector shall inform the client that 
the home inspector is so licensed, and therefore 
qualified to go beyond this Section and perform 
additional inspections beyond those within the scope 
of the basic inspection. 

History Note: Authority G.S. 143-151.49: 

Codifier determined that agency findings did not meet criteria 

for temporary rule Eff. October 15, 1996; 

Temporary Adoption Eff. October 24, 1996; 

Eff. Juh 1, 1998. 



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RVLES REVIEW COMMISSION 



1 his Section contains the agenda for the next meeting of the Rules Review Commission on Thursday. August 21. 1997. 
10:00 a.m.. at 1307 Glenwood Ave. , Assembly Room, Raleigh, NC. Anyone wishing to submit written comment on any rule 
before the Commission should submit those comments to the RRC staff, the agency, and the individual Commissioners by 
Monday. August 18. 1997. gt 5:00 p.m. Specific instructions arui addresses may be obtained from the Rules Review 
Commission at 919-733-2721. Anyone wishing to address the Commission should notify the RRC staff and the agency at 
least 24 hours prior to the meeting. 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEMBERS 



Appointed by Senate 

Philip O. Redwine - Chairman 

Vemice B. Howard 

Teresa L. Smallwood 

Charles H. Henry 



Appointed by House 

Bill Graham - Vice Chairman 

James Mallory, III 

Paul Powell 

Anita White 



RULES REVIEW COMMISSION MEETING DATES 



August 21, 1997 
September 18, 1997 



October 16, 1997 
November 20, 1997 



MEETING DATE: AUGUST 21, 1997 

LOG OF HLINGS 

RULES SUBMITTED: JUNE 20, 1997 THROUGH JULY 20, 1997 



AGENCY/DIVISION 



RULE NAME 



COMMERCE/CREDIT UNION DIVISION 

Loans to Credit Union Officials 
Business Loans 
Loan Limitations 

DHR/SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION 

Basic Eligibility Criteria 
Maximum Income Levels 
Without Regard to Income Status 
Health Support Services 
Nature and Purpose 
Mandated Resources 
Funding For Mandated Resources 

DEHNR/MAREVE nSHERIES COMMISSION 

Flounder 
Snapper-Grouper 
Recreational Fishing 
Scup (Porgy) 
Marking Shellfish Leases 

DEHNR/COASTAL RESOURCES COMMISSION 

Use Standards 
Approval Procedures 



RULE 


ACTION 


4 NCAC 6C .0205 


Amend 


4 NCAC 6C .0407 


Amend 


4 NCAC 6C .0409 


Adopt 


10 NCAC 35E .0101 


Amend 


10 NCAC 35E .0105 


Amend 


10NCAC35E .0106 


Amend 


10 NCAC 35E .0308 


Amend 


10NCAC42J .0001 


Amend 


10 NCAC 42J .0004 


Amend 


10 NCAC 42J .0005 


Amend 


15A NCAC 3M .0503 


Amend 


15A NCAC 3M .0506 


Amend 


15A NCAC 3M .0507 


Amend 


15ANCAC3M .0514 


Adopt 


15A NCAC 30 .0204 


Amend 


15A NCAC 7H .0208 


Amend 


15ANCAC7H .1202 


Amend 



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General Conditions 
Specific Conditions 
Private Bulkheads 



15A NCAC 7H . 1204 Amend 

15A NCAC 7H .1205 Amend 

15A NCAC 7K .0203 Amend 



RULES REVIEW OBJECTIONS 



ADMINISTRATION 

State Construction 

1 NCAC 30G .0102- Policy 
No Response from Agency 
Agency Revised Rule 

1 NCAC 30G .0104 - General Procedures 

No Response from Agency 
Agency Revised Rule 

AGRICULTURE 

2 NCAC 43F .0003 - Standards for Receptacles: Labeling: Etc. (Recodified to .0103) 

Agency Revised Rule 
2 NCAC 43H .0007 - Special Requirements (Recodified to .0107) 
Agency Revised Rule 

ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Environmental Management 

15A NCAC 2H .0225 - Conditions for Issuing General Permits 

Marine Fisheries 

15A NCAC 30 .0101 - License Agents 
Agency Revised Rule 

N.C. HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY 

24 NCAC IP .0103 - Types of Assistance 

HUMAN RESOURCES 



RRC Objection 


03/20/97 




04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


03/20/97 




04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


05/15/97 


Obj. Removed 


06/19/97 


RRC Objection 


05/15/97 


Obj. Removed 


06/19/97 



RRC Objection 


07/17/97 


RRC Objection 


04/17/97 


Obj. Removed 


05/15/97 


RRC Objection 


07/17/97 



Facility Services 

10 NCAC 3R .3033 - Open Heart Surgery Sen ices Need Determinations (Rev. Cat. H) 



RRC Objection 


01/16/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


02/20/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


03/20/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


06/19/97 


Obj. Cont'd 


07/17/97 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission 

12 NCAC 9B .0102 - Background Investigation 
Agency Revised Rule 



RRC Objection 
Obj. Removed 



04/1 7/97 
05/15/97 



TRANSPORTATION 



Division of Highways 

19A NCAC 2B .0164- Use of Right of Way Consultants 



RRC Objection 



07/17/97 



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CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



1 his Section contains the full text of some of the more significant Administrative Law Judge decisions along with an index 
to all recent contested cases decisions which are filed under North Carolina's Administrative Procedure Act. Copies of 
the decisions listed in the index and not published are available upon request for a minimal charge by contacting the Office 
of Administrative Hearings, (919) 733-2698. 



OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

Chief Administrative Law Judge 
JULIAN MANN, III 

Senior Administrative Law Judge 
FRED G. MORRISON JR. 



ADMIN ISTRA TIVE LA W JUDGES 


Brenda B. Becton 


Meg Scott Phipps 


Sammie Chess Jr. 


Robert Roosevelt Reilly Jr. 


Beecher R. Gray 


Dolores 0. Smith 


CASE 


DATE OF PUBLISHED DECISION 


AGENCY NUMBER 


ALJ DECISION REGISTER CITATION 


ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION 





Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm v Fast Fare. Inc 
Alcoholic Beverage Control Comm. v. Paradise Landing, Inc. 
Daniel Gary Ledbetter v. Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission 

CORRECTION 

David M. Boone v. Correction, Div. of Prison Admin. Remedy Procedure 

CRIME CONTROL AND PUBLIC SAFETY 

Rodney P Hodge v Crime Victims Compensation Commission 

ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH, AND NATURAL RESOURCES 

Linda Collie v Lenoir County Health Department 

Leroy Anderson v County of Moore Department of Health 

John Ronald Taylor v. Environment, Health, & Natural Resources 

Rick Parker v. Pitt County Healdi Depi./Mr. Ernie Nichols 

Maternal and Child Health 

Evan's Mini Mart v, EHNR, Maternal & Child Health, Nutrition Svcs Sec. 

Solid Waste Management 

Loie J. Priddy v. Division of Solid Waste Management, EHNR 

Water Quality 

Castle Hayne Steering Committee v EHNR, Division of Water Quality 

and 
New Hanover County Water and Sewer District 

HUMAN RESOURCES 

Division of Facility Services 

Ava McKinney v DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Mercy Egbuleonu v. DHR, Facility Svcs, Health Care Personnel Reg. Sec. 

Kizzie Cooper v. DHR, Facility Svcs, Health Care Personnel Registry Sec. 

Emma Faison v DHR, Division of Facility Services 

Claudia K. Thomerson v. DHR, Facility Svcs, Health Care Persnl Reg. Sec 



96 ABC 0483 


Morrison 


06/18/97 




97 ABC 0031 


Gray 


06/13/97 




97 ABC 0443 


Gray 


07/08/97 




97 DOC 0534 


Morrison 


06/16/97 




97 CPS 0449 


Reilly 


07/01/97 




96 EHR 0264 


Becton 


07/16/97 




96 EHR 1969 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


12:03 NCR 223 


97 EHR 0275 


Reilly 


06/09/97 




97 EHR 0470 


Phipps 


07/01/97 




97 EHR 0599 


Phipps 


07/14/97 




96 EHR 1838 


Morrison 


06/20/97 


12:02 NCR 103 


96 EHR 1731 


Mann 


06/30/97 





96 DHR 2061 


Chess 


07/08/97 


97 DHR 0172 


Becton 


07/16/97 


97 DHR 0459 


Phipps 


06/09/97 


97 DHR 0471 


Gray 


07/15/97 


97 DHR 0551 


Chess 


07/15/97 



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AGENCY 



CASE 
NUMBER 



ALJ 



DATE OF PUBLISHED DECISION 

DECISION REGISTER CITATION 



Certificate of Need Section 
Carolina Imaging, Inc/Fayetteville v. DHR, Facility Svcs, Cert/Need Sec. 

and 
Cumberland Cty Hospital System, Inc., d/b/a Cape Fear Valley Med. Clr. 

Group Licensure Section 
Jeffreys Family Care #2 v, DHR, Facility Svcs. Group Licensure Section 



96 DHR 1570 



97 DHR 0259 



Phipps 



Mann 



06/24/97 



06/17/97 



12:02 NCR 95 



EHiision of Social Ser\'ices 

Child Support Enforcement Section 
Steven Van Linker v. Department of Human Resources 
David Lee Chamblee Jr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Michael T. Swann v. Department of Human Resources 
Ted Wayne Lamb v. Department of Human Resources 
David N. Jarrelt v. Department of Human Resources 
Michael A. Isom v. Department of Human Resources 
Calvin F Mizelle v. Department of Human Resources 
Ander L. Garfield v. Department of Human Resources 
David Scott Jordan v Department of Human Resources 
Lee R Jones v Department of Human Resources 
Cecil Hall v. Department of Human Resources 
Neil G. McGilberry v. Department of Human Resources 
Dennis Larson v. Department of Human Resources 
Eric L. Harrington v. Department of Human Resources 
Scott M. Rodriguez v. Department of Human Resources 
Ronald L. Hadley v. Department of Human Resources 
Garland M, Jessup v. Guilford County Child Support Enforcement 
Roger G. Foster v. Department of Human Resources 
Charlie T. Smith v. Department of Human Resources 
Joseph Michael Eubanks v. Department of Human Resources 
Steven Van Lmker v. Department of Human Resources 
Barry Tukes Sr v C.S E 

Willie L. Berry v. Department of Human Resources 
Tony Orlando Steele v Department of Human Resources 
Carl Locklear v. Department of Human Resources 
Charles L Raynor v Department of Human Resources 
William A. Underbill v. Department of Human Resources 
Almiron J Deis v Department of Human Resources 
Ander L, Garfield v. Department of Human Resources 
Gregory D. Simpson v. Department of Human Resources 
Donald Ray Archie v. Department of Human Resources 
John W LIverman v. Department of Human Resources 
Golet HoUoway, Jr. v Department of Human Resources 
Jeffrey Pierce v Department of Human Resources 
William C Rivera v Department of Human Resources 
Lenora McCracken v. Department of Human Resources 
Lee R Jones v Department of Human Resources 
Cecil Hall v Department of Human Resources 
Neil G. McGilberry v Department of Human Resources 
Devin J Bello v. Department of Human Resources 
Scott M. Rodriguez v Department of Human Resources 
Nathan S Lockhart Sr. v. Department of Human Resources 
Daryl E Shankle v. Child Support Enforcement Agency 
Jeffrey William Strama v. Department of Human Resources 
Tommy L. Hines Sr, v. Forsyth County Child Support Enforcement 
Irvan Jemal Fontenot v Department of Human Resources 
Leroy Grooms v. Department of Human Resources 
Sarah Chambers v. Department of Human Resources 
Leroy Grooms v Department of Human Resources 
William A Rogers v. Department of Human Resources 
Curtis Leon Mock v. Department of Human Resources 
Guy R. Auger v Brunswick County Child Support Enforcement 
Linda Wade-Hargrove v. Department of Human Resources 
Regina C Sullivan v. Department of Human Resources 

JUSTICE 



96 CRA 1250*- 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96CRA 1281 


Morrison 


06/16/97 


96 CRA 1326 


Chess 


06/04/97 


96 CRA 1359 


Gray 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1438 


Morrison 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1450 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CRA 1476 


Chess 


07/07/97 


96 CRA 1479*' 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


96 CRA 1673 


ReiUy 


07/18/97 


96CRA1720*-' 


Phipps 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1749*' 


Mann 


07/10/97 


96 CRA 1767*" 


Becton 


07/15/97 


96 CRA 1793 


Chess 


06/17/97 


96 CRA 1 794 


Mann 


07/19/97 


96 CRA 1818-' 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CRA 1892 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


96 CRA 1898 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 CRA 0043 


Phipps 


06/19/97 


97 CRA 0280 


Reilly 


06/16/97 


97 CRA 0477 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


96 CSE 1249*= 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1277 


Mann 


07/01/97 


96 CSE 1319 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1337 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1338 


Mann 


07/07/97 


96 CSE 1382 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1455 


Mann 


07/18/97 


96 CSE 1456 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1480*' 


Morrison 


07/15/97 


96 CSE 1527 


Reilly 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1558 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1568 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1611 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 1613 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1622 


Mann 


06/18/97 


96 CSE 1644 


Mann 


06/30/97 


96 CSE 1719*' 


Phipps 


07/10/97 


96 CSE 1750*' 


Mann 


07/10/97 


96 CSE 1766*' 


Becton 


07/15/97 


96 CSE 1774 


Phipps 


07/16/97 


96 CSE 1817*' 


Gray 


06/25/97 


96 CSE 1910 


Phipps 


07/16/97 


96 CSE 1977 


Becton 


07/11/97 


96 CSE 2043 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 CSE 0015 


Reilly 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0223 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 CSE 0258*' 


Becton 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0278 


Morrison 


06/16/97 


97 CSE 0297*' 


Becton 


07/18/97 


97 CSE 0410 


Gray 


06/25/97 


97 CSE 0490 


Mann 


06/17/97 


97 CSE 0600 


Morrison 


07/18/97 


97 DCS 0365 


Becton 


07/11/97 


97 DCS 0482 


Becton 


07/18/97 



Imran Ramnarine v. Department of Justice, Company Police Program 



97DOJ2071 



Becton 



06/11/97 



Consolidated Cases. 



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96 EDC 0979 Overby 



AGENCY 

^ Education and Training Standards Division 

I Charles Thomas Ohr.macht, Jr. v. Criml. Justice Ed/Training Sids. Comm. 96 DOJ 0353 
I Christopher Lee v Criminal Justice Ed. & Training Standards Comm 
Frank Arlander Hearne v. Criml. Justice Ed. & Training Stds. Comm. 



Private Protective Services Board 

Private Protective Services Board v. Phillip L. Hanson 

Ronald Anthony Bobeck v. Private Protective Services Board 

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

HMeridith Kirkpatrick, by her parent. Susan Kirkpatrick and Meridith 
Kirkpatrick. Individually v. Lenoir County Board of Education 

STATE PERSONNEL 

Brunswick Community College 

Dr Donald W. Skinner v Brunswick Community College 

Department of Correction 

William Hershel Bradley v. Franklin Freeman. Supt Mark Hughes. 

Grant Spicer, Asst. Supt. Wade Hatley. et al. Department of Correction 
Dennis Harrell v. Department of Correction 
Morton Floyd v New Hanover Department of Correction 

Employment Security Commission 

Broxie J. Nelson v Employment Security Commission 

DepartmerU of Human Resources 

Glen Sutton v. Cumberland County Department of Social Services 
Clifton Dean Hill v. Department of Human Resources 

Department of Public Instruction 

Frances Phillips Melott v. Department of Public Instruction 

University of North Carolina 

Diane Riggsbee-Raynor v UNC at Chapel Hill 



CASE 




DATE OF 


PUBLISHED DECISION 


NUMBER 


ALJ 


DECISION 


REGISTER CITATION 


96 DOJ 0353 


Phipps 


06/13/97 




97 DOJ 0076 


Morrison 


06/19/97 




97 DOJ 0137 


Reilly 


06/10/97 




96 DOJ 0795 


Smith 


06/05/97 




97 DOJ 0476 


Morrison 


06/20/97 





06/02/97 



97OSP0310 


Phipps 


06/12/97 






96 OSP 1604 


Phipps 


06/19/97 






96 OSP 2039 


Chess 


06/18/97 






97 OSP 0152 


Gray 


06/13/97 






96 OSP 0378 


Becton 


07/10/97 






96 OSP 1296 


Gray 


07/17/97 






97 OSP 0007 


Phipps 


06/20/97 


12:02 NCR 


107 


95 OSP 0907 


Trawick 


06/09/97 






96 OSP 0326 


Chess 


06/04/97 


12:01 NCR 


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CONTESTED CASE DECISIONS 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



COUNTV OF MOORE 



IN THE OFFICE OF 

ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS 

96 EHR 1969 



LEROY ANDERSON, 
Petitioner, 



COUNTY OF MOORE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, 

Respondent. 



RECOMMENDED DECISION 



The above-captioned contested case was heard before Administrative Law Judge, Fred G. Morrison, Jr., on June 2, 1997 
in Raleigh, North Carolina. 



For Petitioner: 
For Respondent: 



APPEARANCES 

Petitioner did not appear and was not represented by counsel at the hearing. 

Kathryn J. Thomas 

Assistant Attorney General 

N.C. Department of Justice 

P.O. Box 629 

Raleigh, North Carolina 27602-0629 

ISSUE 

Did the Respondent, Moore County Health Department, err in determining that, based on the Application for an 
Improvement Permit submitted to the Respondent on behalf of the Petitioner, the property at Lot 2488, Seven Lakes Coimtry Club, 
is unsuitable for a ground absorption sewage system for the proposed intended use? 

FINDINGS OF FACT 

1. The North Carolina Department of Environment, Health & Natural Resources (DEHNR) has the authority and 
responsibility under North Carolina General Statues Chapter 130A to promulgate rules regulating the installation of on-site 
residential sewage disposal systems. 

2. Respondent has promulgated rules, codified at 15A N.C.A.C. Subchapter 18A, regulating on-site residential 
sewage disposal. 

3. Environmental Health Specialists employed by the Moore County Health Department act as agents of DEHNR 
when applying statutes and rules concerning the regulation of on-site residential sewage disposal in North Carolina. 

4. The Petitioner, LeRoy Anderson, and his wife, Marion Anderson, purchased lot 2488, Seven Lakes Subdivision, 
Moore County in 1980. 

5. On May 7, 1986, Mark S. Fry, a sanitarian with the Moore County Health Department performed a site evaluation 
on lot number 2488, in the Seven Lakes subdivision at the request of Lucretia Pinnock, agent for the owners, as indicated on a form 
entitled "Moore County Health Department Site Evaluation Results on Lots for Sub-Surface Sewage Disposal". (Respondent's 
Exhibit Number 3) 

6. The information provided on the form stated that, as to the lot area, there was no plat provided. Mr. Fry found 
that the "lot is suitable on the left side," and approved it "for a three or four bedroom house." 

7. The evaluation form also contained the following statement: "RESULTS OF EVALUATION ARE BASED ON 
THE SITE IN ITS PRESENT STATE. HOUSE SIZE AND LOCATION, DRIVEWAY LOCATION AND OTHER FACTORS 
MAY ALTER THE STATUS OF THE SITE." 



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8. No improvement permit was issued in 1986. If a permit had been issued at that time, the permit would have 
xpired after three years of its issuance. 

9. An application for an improvement permit for a subsurface sewage disposal system dated March 8, 1996 was 
submitted to the Moore County Health Department by C.L. Williams, Jr., as representative of the owners. (Respondent's Exhibit 
dumber 1) 



10. Attached to the application were site plans for Lot 2488, Seven Lakes Subdivision submitted on behalf of the 
Petitioner, and a Site/Soil Evaluation for On-Site Wastewater form (hereinafter "evaluation form") which was completed by Mr. 
Charles Riggs, Registered Sanitarian, Specialist for the Moore County Health Department from his on-site evaluation. 

1 1 . Mr. Riggs evaluated the property on April 1, 1996 and April 8, 1996. He took soil samples using auger borings 
in seven different locations on the property, taking into account the location of the house, driveway and lot lines as indicated on 
the site plans attached to the application. Mr. Riggs made notes of his findings on the evaluation form. He found three samples 
to be provisionally suitable, three samples to be unsuitable, and one sample to be suitable. 

12. On April 17, 1996, Mr. Riggs sent a letter to the Petitioner and his wife with his findings. (Respondent's Exhibit 
Number 2) The letter stated that from his evaluation, the site is unsuitable for installation of a ground absorption sewage system 
based on unsuitable soil wetness, insufficient soil depth and insufficient available space, citing Sections .1942, .1943 and .1945 
of Title 15A, Subchapter 18A of the North Carolina Administrative Code respectively. The letter indicated that the Petitioner and 
his wife had the right to an informal review by the supervisor of the health department and by the regional staff of the state agency. 
The letter also stated that a private consultant might be employed to assist in having the site reclassified to provisionally suitable. 
Finally, the letter informed the Petitioner of his right to an appeal by filing a petition for a contested case hearing with the Office 
of Administrative Hearings. 

13. Mr. Samuel Fields, supervisor of the Environmental Health Section of the Moore County Health Department 
reviewed Mr. Riggs' evaluation and concurred with the result. Mr. Fields discussed with the Petitioner the possibility of obtaining 
additional information, including hiring a backhoe so that the health department might evaluate the site based on more information. 

14. Additional informal discussions were held in an attempt to find alternatives to a conventional underground sewage 
treatment system for the site. 

15. Scott Greene, Regional Soil Specialist with the Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources also 
visited the site for further evaluation. 

16. Mr. Greene is an expert in soil science, including the evaluation of sites for installation of ground absorption 
wastewater systems, and modified and alternative wastewater systems. Based on the information provided by the Petitioner on the 
application and his own on-site evaluation, Mr. Greene concurted with the soil criteria assessment, that there was insufficient space 
to install a system, and that as to overall site suitability, the site was appropriately classified as unsuitable. However, Mr. Greene 
also found that the site might be reclassified as provisionally suitable for a modified system, provided that a site plan complying 
with the design criteria for such a system would first be submitted to the Moore County Health Department for approval. 

17. 15A N.C. A.C. 18A .1948 provides, in pertinent part: 
"(c) Sites classified UNSUITABLE have severe limitations for the installation and use of a properly functioning 

ground absorption sewage treatment and disposal system. An improvement permit shall not be issued for a site 
which is classified as UNSUITABLE. However, where a site is UNSUITABLE, it may be reclassified 
PROVISIONALLY SUITABLE if a special investigation indicates that a modified or alternative system can be 
installed in accordance with Rules . 1956 or . 1957 of this Section. 

18. The design criteria for a modified system are found in Rule . 1957. 

CONCLUSIONS OF LAW 

Based on the foregoing findings of fact, I make the following conclusions of law. 
1 . The parties are properly before the Office of Administrative Hearings. 



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2. The 1986 evaluation performed by Mark Fry is not relevant to the 1996 evaluation performed by Charles Riggs 
for the following reasons: the location of the lot evaluated was not clear on 1986 evaluation request form; the 1986 evaluation 
request form does not include a site plan and the form specifically states that the status of the site could differ depending on the 
house size and location and driveway location; no permit was issued based on the 1986 evaluation; and even if a permit had been 
issued in 1986, the permit would have expired within three years of its issuance. 

3. Based on the information provided by the Petitioner in the 1996 permit application, and the on-site evaluation 
by the Moore County Health Department and the Regional Soil Specialist with DEHNR, the soils on the Petitioner's site were 
properly found to be unsuitable due to soil wetness, insufficient soil depth and insufficient available space, and that the site was 
therefore properly determined to be unsuitable for installation of a ground absorption sewage system. 

4. Based on the criteria in Rule .1947, three soil samples were found to be provisionally suitable, one soil sample 
was foimd to be suitable, three other soil samples were found to be unsuitable, and insufficient available space was found overall 
to permit the installation and proper functioning of ground absorption sewage treatment and disposal system. 

5. A modified system may be appropriate for Petitioner's site, but the Petitioner has not submitted appropriate 
documentation to the Moore County Health Department which would include site plans which would satisfy design criteria for 
design of alternative sewage systems pursuant to Rule .1957. 

6. Based on the foregoing, the Respondent did not act arbitrarily or capriciously in finding Petitioner's site unsuitable 
for the installation of a ground absorption sewage treatment and disposal system. 

7. Based on the foregoing, the Respondent followed proper procedure in finding the Petitioner's site unsuitable for 
the installation of a ground absorption sewage treatment and disposal system. 

8. Based on the foregoing, there is substantial evidence to support Respondent's decision to find Petitioner's site 
unsuitable for the installation of a ground absorption sewage treatment and disposal system. 

RECOM]VIE>JDED DECISION 

The Respondent's decision to classify the Petitioner's site as unsuitable for installation of a ground absorption sewage 
system should be affirmed. 

ORDER 

It is hereby ordered that the agency serve a copy of the final decision on the office of Administrative Hearings, P.O. 
Drawer 27447, Raleigh, N.C. 2761 1-7447, in accordance with North Carolina General Statute § 150B-36(b). 

NOTICE 

The agency making the fmal decision in this contested case is required to give each party an opportunity to file exceptions 
to this recommended decision and to present written arguments to those in the agency who will make the fmal decision. G.S. § 
150B-36(a) 

The agency is required by G.S. § 150B-36(b) to serve a copy of the final decision on all parties and to furnish a copy to 
the parties' attorney of record and to the Office of Administrative Hearings. 

The agency that will make the fmal decision in this contested case is the North Carolina Department of Enviroimient, 
Health and Natural Resources. 

This the 15th day of July, 1997. 



Fred G. Morrison, Jr. 
Administrative Law Judge 



225 NORTH CAROLINA REGISTER August I, 1997 12:3 



NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM 



The North Carolina Administrative Code (NCAC) has four major subdivisions of rules. Two of these, titles 
and chapters, are mandatory. The major subdivision of the NCAC is the title. Each major department in 
the North Carolina executive branch of government has been assigned a title number. Titles are further 
broken down into chapters which shall be numerical in order. The other two, subchapters and sections are 
optional subdivisions to be used by agencies when appropriate. 



TITLE/MAJOR DIVISIONS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE 



TITLE 



DEPARTMENT 



LICENSING BOARDS 



CHAPTER 



1 


Administration 


Acupuncture 


1 


2 


Agriculture 


Architecture 


2 


3 


Auditor 


Auctioneers 


4 


4 


Commerce 


Barber Examiners 


6 


5 


Correction 


Certified Public Accountant Examiners 


8 


6 


Council of State 


Chiropractic Examiners 


10 


7 


Culniral Resources 


General Contractors 


12 


8 


Elections 


Cosmetic Art Examiners 


14 


9 


Governor 


Dental Examiners 


16 


10 


Human Resources 


Dietetics/Nutrition 


17 


11 


Insurance 


Electrical Contractors 


18 


12 


Justice 


Electrolysis 


19 


13 


Labor 


Foresters 


20 


14A 


Crime Control & Public Safety 


Geologists 


21 


15A 


Environment, Health, and Natural 


Hearing Aid Dealers and Fitters 


22 




Resources 


Landscape Architects 


26 


16 


Public Education 


Landscape Contractors 


28 


17 


Revenue 


Marital and Family Therapy 


31 


18 


Secretary of State 


Medical Examiners 


32 


19A 


Transportation 


Midwifery Joint Committee 


33 


20 


Treasurer 


Mortuary Science 


34 


*21 


Occupational Licensing Boards 


Nursing 


36 


22 


Administrative Procedures 


Nursing Home Administrators 


37 


23 


Community Colleges 


Occupational Therapists 


38 


24 


Independent Agencies 


Opticians 


40 


25 


State Personnel 


Optometry 


42 


26 


Administrative Hearings 


Osteopadiic Examination & Reg. (Repealed) 


44 


27 


NC State Bar 


Pastoral Counselors, Fee-Based Practicing 


45 






Pharmacy 


46 






Physical Therapy Examiners 


48 






Plumbing, Heating & Fire Sprinkler Contractors 


50 






Podiatry Examiners 


52 






Professional Counselors 


53 






Psychology Board 


54 






Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors 


56 






Real Estate Appraisal Board 


57 






Real Estate Commission 


58 






Refrigeration Examiners 


60 






Sanitarian Examiners 


62 






Social Work Certification 


63 






Soil Scientists 


69 






Speech & Language Pathologists & Audiologists 


64 






Substance Abuse Professionals 


68 






Therapeutic Recreation Certification 


65 






Veterinary Medical Board 


66 



Note: Title 21 contains the chapters of the various occupational licensing boards. 



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